Welcome to PlumbersForums.net - The international free plumbing advice forum. Professional plumbers sharing advice with fellow plumbers and DIY alike. Register for free today! - Checkout the Plumbing Advice forum and then our Plumbing Videos area which still needs populating.
If you central heating doesn't work, radiator isn't coming on, boiler wont come on, etc - then post a REPLY in this EXISTING THREAD My Central Heating Doesn't Work - Master Thread - Please aboid making new threads on this same subject.
You are using an out of date browser. It may not display this or other websites correctly. You should upgrade or use an alternative browser.
In geography, location or place are used to denote a region (point, line, or area) on Earth's surface or elsewhere. The term location generally implies a higher degree of certainty than place, the latter often indicating an entity with an ambiguous boundary, relying more on human or social attributes of place identity and sense of place than on
Hi, Im a homeowner and have had a new shower installed. This meant the installation of a new radiator also. However, the plumber has placed the radiator far too close to the shower. It is right next to the exit/entrace of the shower which seems unsafe as it could burn undressed people and just...
I have a open flue old boiler (natural draft for combustion) installed on outside wall. Before winters want to install a heat only condensing boiler (room sealed), cannot install it at the current location as it is open to weather effects (rain and sun light in summers).
I cannot install it in...
Hi, I am trying to help my mother in law by renovating her bathroom for her as it was in quite a sad state. The bathroom is a very poor attempt at a bedroom to bathroom convertion. So bad that it still had carpet over the whole floor, the area around the bathtub has no waterproofing what so...
I have a small plot of land that Im trying to make livable.
Hopfully the picture makes sense, from soth to north there is a slight hill, rising approx 1.5meters.
Below the surface its mostly clay so there will be a pit soakaway that we can discharge to the burn that runs along the north...
I am building a mother in law sweet i am having some trouble designing her septic and with decent venting.
im attaching a basic diagram of her floor plan and would like to hear some ideas of how i need to vent this
the ceiling will be cathedral so that will make this more difficult
I'm about to start the plumbing of my house and wanting to use a maxipod with a oil fired boiler and a log stove. But its a single story house. Can i have my expansion tank below the flow and return pipes located in the ceiling? I've did a basic drawing below to show the layout.
My shower, toilet, and hotpress are all on the same wall in a small apartment bathroom. The wall is 1,860 mm in width.
I bought a Stuart Turner 2.0 bar universal twin shower pump to power my new shower. I am replacing the toilet with a wall hung one supported by an Ideal Standard...
Hello all, I have an upstairs bathroom with a Triton electric shower that reduces to a freezing trickle if any taps are turn on elsewhere in the house. There is no storage tank and the water enters the property downstairs and is fed throughout the house by 15mm pipe.
I'm thinking about putting...
I have a fairly large property (6 bed 4 storey victorian) and when we moved in the pre-historic boiler broke down and it resided in its own boiler room attached to the kitchen. It broke down in November 19 and had a nightmare getting anyone to fix it but they said it was unrepairable as...
I'm a bit concerned with what the Gas Transporter is proposing regarding a replacement pipe install to the properties in the close I live on. The demographic is predominantly elderly, but it seems to be the contractors have gone a bit kamikaze & seem obsessed with finishing early...
Hi, I have an oil boiler in a low water pressure location, ran well for 12 years, now I have a problem. And two questions.
(1) I continually have to bleed air from the pump, can't work out why. Any ideas?
(2) because of this, I am continually running down the pressure, which is already...
low water pressure
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...
I lease an industrial space in which I will be doing manufacturing of ceramic, pottery type items. The space is zoned for manufacturing and the applicable plumbing code is: State of Illinois Plumbing Code, 2004 edition and subsequent amendments.
I am interested in having a licensed...
I lease an industrial space in the United States, in which I will be doing manufacturing of ceramic, pottery type items. The space is zoned for manufacturing and the applicable plumbing code is: State of Illinois Plumbing Code, 2004 edition and subsequent amendments.
I'm fitting a Strom electric combi boiler. Just wondered where would be the best location? It's an old place and has a nackered oil boiler in the kitchen. Once I've removed the oil boiler should i site the combi roughly in the same place??
Hi looking for some advice. I need to get a new boiler fitted in the next few months and I’m concerned about the flue location above my conservatory (ignore the mess which is due to be cleaned away). Can anyone give me there opinion on this? If it’s a problem, can it be resolved in its current...
Busy rebuilding an old bathroom in an old cottage. Bathroom is downstairs and on removing the toilet I can see it goes straight into the ground (see photo). We did want to site the loo about 3ft to the right but cannot for the an extension to the pipe through the cabinets. I could box off the...
Hi all. If you were retrofitting a Megaflo with system boiler, would you be wanting to have a direct mains water feed going into the Megaflo first and then the feed continuing into the rest of the house or doesn't it matter? At the moment, the mains water go straight into the kitchen (where the...