Questions about: vent

If you have an underground sprinkler system (drip systems too), somewhere out in your yard there are buried pipes, wires, and maybe even valves. But where are they? Sometimes they are above ground, so all you need to do is look around a bit. If not,
The Culprit: A Clogged Sewer DrainIf you’re experiencing the above scenario, it is a surefire sign of a sewer drain clog. A sewer drain clog is a serious issue and can even be considered a plumbing emergency in certain cases. Besides water coming up
We are in the process is renovating our kitchen. One of the things we are doing is installing a more modern range hood instead of the older under cabinet hood. The new hood requires us to create a new vent hole and so our problem is "how do we close
According to IRC, the duct must be made from galvanized steel, stainless steel or copper. It must have a smooth interior, and be air tight. Which means you're not going to want to use a flexible product for this application, especially that flexible
Of available flow technology, what’s the best for petroleum-industry vent flare gas measurement? The flowmeter thus specified must measure flows ranging from one foot to 100 feet per second, without restricting flow, and all the while accommodate gas
I am planning to finish the basement and have some questions regarding the plumbing. The builder already have the bathroom rough in but the location is at middle of the basement. I want to have the bathroom located in a corner
A flue pipe must never pass through a combustible floor or ceiling or through an attic, roof space, closet or concealed space. Minimum clearance from combustible material: 450 mm (18 in. )
The line drains toward the top of the picture and out to the sewer. The builder installed a furnace and placed it such that it didn't cover any of these pipes: The placement of the furnace would have blocked a wall I want to put in to finish the base
Author Topic: Drilling prop vent holes jgkmmoore posted 09-11-2006 08:36 PM ET (US) I have a 13x19 SS Johnson prop on a 1982 John 140. Need to drill the vent holes to increase holeshot for water skiing. Somewhere, there exists a diagram with the hole
Scott McGillivray was on Steven and Chris to tell us about how you can turn your basement apartment into a profitable rental property. These homeowners recently renovated their basement and regret not turning it into a rental apartment. Could they do