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Hi guys ,I’m a plumber who is on the autsm spectrum. This means that Unlike most plumbers out there ,I Love repetitive work.
If anyone knows of a company who needs an installer on a large job that requires the installation of identical units in each plot can u let me...
Really need help with this. This is my neighbor's Michigan basement. He is a WW2 vet and a great guy and I want to help him. Washing machine has been dumping into the cleanout for many years. Need to add a utility sink for washing machine discharge. How and where do I tie into the 4" main shown...
I was hoping someone can guide me to install the RHS42 water softener. I am specifically having difficulty understanding what to use for connecting the softener to my existing water lines that seem to be cpvc.
I saw a YouTube video of where someone used 1” to water softener and the...
Hi. I need to install a kitchen sink in a bathroom. I’d like to use a standard bathroom sink drain/stopper but the hole in the sink is too large. Is there some sort of oversized flange or similar I can use to reduce the size of the hole to accept the smaller drain? Thanks!
Concealed valve install coming up. A fixed head and a handheld, both of which have 1/2” threads of different lengths.
How do I get the wall plates in exactly the right position behind the wall?
Thanks in advance
A few days ago the Bosch engineer came to house to check the built-in frost protection in my boiler, he said the built-in frost protection is only for boiler; I also should have installed a pipe frost protection or pipe thermostat, as the issue on the day was about built-in frost protection, now...
Hi Guys Im doing a new build near Brecon, Powys. Its going to have oil boiler, heat store (big one) and radiators. No under floor heating.
The raditors will fed via plastic, JG Speedfit. They will be connected to manifolds on 1st and loft floor. Each room to have its own thermostat.
Hi I'm fitting a shower tray and am just having a bit of trouble with the waste. I've included some pics. I understand I've made it with little room for maneuverability which I think is my problem.
Anyway any tips appreciated. I cannot change the tray or change it's orientation.
Advice on Install a new Electric Shower for shower cubicle and keep using the unvented cylinder water heater for bathtub
I have an Unvented Cylinder Water heater 125 litre (MegaFlo) in an apartment of ( 15 years old)
Currently it is not really capable of delivering enough hot water for more...
Interesting discussion ongoing on Pistonheads Forum, Home and DIY section. There are some muppets here but also some very knowledgeable people who have gone through the regs with a fine toothcomb and assert that provided you are not doing it for profit/reward or for someone else, then...
I bought a Grohe two hole tap like this one to install in a cloakroom, and got this concealed mixer for the tap. While all the pictures online show the tap on the right, the Grohe website clearly states the tap can be placed on the right or left. Due to space limitations, we need to have...
To make fitting of the trap pipework simpler, I’m considering turning the rectangular tray around such that the trap would be positioned behind the user i.e. the water would flow away from the shower. Is there any reason why I can’t do this / it’s unadvisable?
Just wanting advice on the average cost of installing a tempering valve on a solar hot water system located on the roof of single storey home. Ive been charged $445 inc gst, no extra parts needed and took plumber less than 30 minutes to install, it seems a bit steep
Any advice appreciated
I recently had a boiler grant. My Green star Junior was replaced with an Ideal C30.
The installer did not install a spiral magnaclean etc until I asked how to empty it after the boiler was fully installed.
He then installed it after saying it wasn't necessary.
The grant included one.
I had solar thermal installed recently, the system is a viessmann and goes with our viessmann boiler. The controls are on the boiler, seems to work well.
I spoke to viessmann technical after the install and they and the install advised to change the water heating from the boiler to only come on...
Just had my 25 year old Baxi Solo 2 RS replaced with an Ideal Vogue Max 40 and it's lost pressure in 4 days (gone from 1.4 bar when off 2 bar on to around 1.1 bar off 1.6 bar on). Is this normal for a new combi or are my old pipes leaking somewhere?
The plumbers pressurised to 1.5 bar and...
Hello all. Bit if a strange one this. Plumber wants to install the new combi boiler in the bedroom on the adjoining wall with next door, possibly the furthest point in the house away from a gas supply, knocking through the ceiling and exiting the flue through the roof.
However we want to have it...
Hi. Asking for a relative whose neighbour seemingly DIYed an oil tank replacement. She was aware of 'oil' smells at regular times in the weeks following this, although that has since died down.
Is there a way of checking whether the installation was registered, a bit like boiler installs?
I've just had a Worcestershire Bosch installed by a gas engineer and heard him talking about having forgotten elbows, was it 90 elbows that he forgot and should have installed? The hole made in my ceiling is horrendous due to the 45 degree entry, but the plate he installed cover the mess.