Here are the facts.
Our upstairs bathroom is the only plumbing we have in the upper level. Kitchen and half bath on lower floor and laundry tub and washer taps in basement. So, one hot copper 1/2 pipe goes upstairs through the exterior wall and the hot line goes through an interior wall, near the exterior wall.
We have gone away for the last two years for a week or two during the winter, and turned the heat down to around 60 F while we were gone with no freezing problems.
Originally Posted by dirtygold
I have a mop sink with a 3" drain do I make a peetrap out of 3'' abs or do I need a grease trap.
and how tall do I put the faucet up of floor I live in alaska if that maters.
when I use water in the house and the aerator tank refills sometimes it will not shut off and overflows
The water pump in my comode was replaced about 3 years ago. Recently it hesitates a few seconds after flushing before it will activate and fill the tank. I replaced the flapper just in case it had something to do with the problem. It seemed to help a little. Any advice would be appreciated.
Originally Posted by tonertee
My wife and I have been considering replacing the kitchen sink. I have about 4 years plumbing experience in repairs and new construction.
We are looking at a double sink/black 33X22X 8 or 9. Acrylic or composite granite or granite.
About 6 months ago I was surfing the internet for install instructions to refresh my memory. I came across a site that I have not been able to find lately. The site showed an unconventional way to plumb the drain. The result was maximum