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Geotextiles: Reliable Fabrics for Supporting & Stabilizing Areas Woven and Non Woven Geotextiles are robust and durable fabrics designed to increase soil stabilization and ground support in a given location. Typically made from polypropylene fibe
First, Mike connects the gas shutoff valve and sediment trap -- that's the short section of pipe running downward, then attaches the corrugated stainless steel supply line. Jim now makes the last few connections between the water shutoff valves and t
Resurrecting this old thread of mine So next week the concrete comes out which means now I've gotta come to a decision on the piping. Putting aside cost factors, here's what I've gathered about these pipes 1) Poly Pipe - Most frost proof, but compare
3 Drain Line Maintenance code for 2015 Devices or methods for providing condensate drain cleaning or de-clogging are discussed in this companion article: CONDENSATE DRAIN CLEAN & DE-CLOG The following HVACR condensate disposal recommendations sum
As far as I am aware, my bathroom uses mains water pressure direct from the street, which goes through a gas boiler in my flat, although I do not know the water pressure. What I am concerned about, is whether these two showers mentioned will allow fo
It's fairly common for gate valves to fail, causing them to not open or close properly. In this case you can either repair them (most of the time), or replace them. If you're replacing them, I'd recommend installing a ball valve instead
When water freezes, it expands about 9 percent. As the water in moist concrete freezes it produces pressure in the pores of the concrete. If the pressure developed exceeds the tensile strength of the concrete, the cavity will dilate and rupture
Noticed lately that water drips from the bathroom exhaust fan or the joint around it? Don’t panic: there could be a lot of reasons for it, along with some easy fixes. For some of them, you might need a handyman or duct work specialist, but others are
As far as I am aware, my bathroom uses mains water pressure direct from the street, which goes through a gas boiler in my flat, although I do not know the water pressure. What I am concerned about, is whether these two showers mentioned will allow fo