I have a shower in my basement which has a concrete floor. I tore out the shower stall and now am trying to replace the drain which has lead around the PVC pipe. I have tried everything to remove the lead without breaking the plactic pipe. Any ideas would be helpful
In trying to find the best "Latex Primer" for my "Kerdi over drywall" installation guide I have come up with a few road blocks. I checked with Schluter and managed to get not a product specifically as a recommendation - but I was told that Mapei and Custom Building Products make latex primers that I could use with Kerdi installations over drywall compound.
I called Mapei and they do not recommend drywall in showers and said they have no product they recommend
Updated 12-31-2011 at 12:08 AM by johnfrwhipple
I'm in the process of installing a new Drake CST744S toilet. A new floor was installed leaving the original flange 1/34" below finished floor. I reworked the flange to try to get it level with the floor, however, it ended up just slightly too high, about 1/16". When I place the toilet on the flange/floor it just about fits level, but rocks just ever so slightly. A couple of shims with get it level. Since the "Drake" only has a 3/4" lip it doesn't give any extra room
Hi I have hot water baseboard heat with a tankless water heater. The hot water automatically circulates through the heating loop without the pump running. I've had this problem before and had to use a zone valve to remedy the problem. Is there a cheaper solution to this problem?
Originally Posted by rjh2o
What brand of softener is it? Some manufacturers have refill as the initial cycle (dry storage) as opposed to the last cycle (wet storage).
I'm having the same problem in my Kenmore softener. It keeps regenerating and not removing the water from the tank.