I have two of these toilets and they work extremely well. The poo button (bigger flush) is unnecessary for poo 99% of the time. Maybe we have small poos
The information by some people on another blog on this site is patently false. I don't understand why they would try to discredit the Water Ridge brand. Is it because these toilets are made in China? Is it because they want to sell more expensive toilets? Is it because they want to make themselves seem expert? Who knows?
Originally Posted by bagallop
I replaced shut off valves on half the radiators in the house. After system start up bled air from all. They seemed to heat properly. Now I have one that gets luke warm on discharge side only, while the radiator gets warm on top, cold at bottom. Does not appear to be air bound as I get water immediately. Any ideas or suggestions greatly appreciated.
I am in the process of building my own closed loop, glycol, hot water sytem to preheat water BEFORE it enters my current, tankless, boiler system. I am in great shape with regards to the system. The cold, well, water enters the boiler system from a copper tee connection, just above the boiler system. The cold potable water continues on this common pipe through the house.
I want to put the 50 gallon, hot water storage tank, roughly 10 feet from the boiler, as close to where the collector
I am about to embark on replacing my sub flooring in my house. I have a house on blocks and want on get help on whether to use treated plywood or just tongue and groove plywood. I am also wondering if I should use some tar paper under my sub flooring on top of my joists. I plan to put tongue and groove oak on top of my plywood and would appreciate any help with how I should proceed. Thanks
Originally Posted by mns
We are constructing a new home - 5 bedroom, 5.5 bath, two laundry rooms,etc. We have a well where we have a flow of 2 GPM at 700 ft. The well is 900 ft deep. We have received conflicting advice on conventional and constant pressure systems and are unable to decide how to proceed. It's a 2-acre lot so there will be a need for a sprinkler system in the future for the lawn (a portion of the lot will have a lawn).
What would your advice be for the design of a pump/motor system for