My church is considering converting its 60-year-old steam boiler to a staged hydronic boiler system. One contractor said he could reuse nearly all of the pipes that were used to heat the Sanctuary. Three other contractors would put in all new pipes. The cost more than doubles with all new pipes. Could the old pipes be reused? What factors should be considered? Thanks for your help!
I am exhausted looking at softners and filters. Want a reliable softner and prefer salt free IF possible. Hard water an issue in San Antonio. House has lines for softner but never had one installed. Built circa 1979. Notice the crusting at times on faucets and shower heads. Looking for suggestions for what type to purchase. Looked at Nu Vo as well as other models. At my age prefer not lifting a salt bag! Any comments appreciated. I have had a salt water softner in other houses. Advanced thanks to
badluckguy;306821]Plz help... I don't know wats wrong with my boiler. I noticed that I wast getting cold water now for three days. And no hot water at all.. so after three days I finaly reset it .. ( I unplug it) it turned on an everything was fine but it just stays on for 2mins. Then it turns off. Then I hear several clicking noises but the burner won't turn on .after several clicking noises the led light turns on an it flashes 4 times .. then it pauses then it flashes again 4 more times.. What
Hello everyone, I am the wife of a stubborn man. I am wondering if someone would let me know the best way to remove a gas - hard lined basement space heater and cap it off. I want to hire someone to do it since my husband is a truck driver, not a plumber. I have called to get some quotes and it is going to run at least $150. The heater is only about 3ft high x2W x2L. Husband states it should only cost 50 at the most to get a cap, saw and mud???
Originally Posted by stroh1940
I replaced the damn "dam" on an Aqualine toilet. The seat gasket and two side spacers were damaged. The numbers inside the tank are:
4 22 92
Where can I buy replacement parts?