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  1. Pedestal Bathtub Install

    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbermurrieta View Post
    •First choose your sink, thenhire a plumber to rough in a new waste pipe. "More often than not, the exisiting waste pipe is too low to install the trap, which fits inside the pedestal," Richard says.
    •While the wall is open, install blocking, a horizontal 2x that's screwed between the studs at basin height, beneath the palster or drywall. Blocking provides a solid anchor for the lag screws holding the sink against the wall.
    •Sinks do not come with fasteners. Have lag screws
  2. Replacing shower fixtures. Numerous questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbermurrieta View Post
    Shower fixtures are one of those things that we see every day and tell ourselves that we really need to replace sometime soon. Then as soon as we are out of the shower and on to other things we forget about them.
    -Take the old fixtures off. Hot and cold water handles can be removed by unscrewing a set screw on the bottom of the handle and gently wiggling them off. The trim for the handles will just come off when pulled. If there is any old caulk holding the trim on, you may want to go around
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  3. Replacement Delta 600 Series Valve

    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbermurrieta View Post
    The pipes are sweated into the base of the unit. What you need to do is get all the plastic off of it, and heat the base up with a torch. You should be able to pull them out with a pair of pliers. Once you have them out just clean up the remaining ends, and flux them good. Reinsert them under heat, and then apply more solder.

    They will be a little shorter, but that only requires longer flex hoses, and not a new unit. If they are too short to put back in as is then you will need to
  4. Any tricks for dealing with misaligned sink drains?

    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbermurrieta View Post
    Each tool we use has a specific purpose for which it is best suited. Leak detection is no longer an art but a process of elimination.
    Our handpicked, experienced, and well respected plumbers all go through one-on-one personal training, sometimes with the manufacturers of our equipment. Who better to rely on than a company full of the top craftsmen of the trade.

    Our leak detection process typically involves the following steps:

    Visual Inspection - With our specialized