im a carpenter and yesterday i was pining down bottom plates in a bathroom, i drilled trough the 2x6 with a hammer drill into the newer concrete which was softer than the 2x6 and realized i made a rookie mistake. the new plumbing was run right under the 2x6, now im stressing out because i dont know for sure if i would of even felt the pipe when i was drilling. what im thinking is that i would of felt the resistance seeing as the plumbing pipe is denser than the 2x6 and the concrete
Anyone know where I can order a 2 inch bathtub drain? A 1 1/2 inch will barely, fit but doesn't cover up the rust from the old 2 inch drain. Been having trouble finding one online.
Will the TOTO Drake flush better than a higher flow 1988 toilet (cheap American Stantard, I think)?
Also my upstairs toilet has never flushed as good as the identical down stairs unit. Would reducing the 3" drain
to 2 & 1/2" just below the toilet make it flush better by giving it more siphoning power?
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I am getting a quote together to install a Rinnia 6.3 natural gas outdoor unit I can get it for about 700 I have installed about 10 of these for my former company. I am now running a small company. i need to get my price together to potentially get a few jobs doing these. I know i can complete the job in a day in most situations. My former company would charge $2500 dollars for everything. Im thinking that is a little high and want to go lower since i get a pretty good deal on the heaters.
Can recirculation pumps go bad? If so how long do they generally last? I ask because there is hot water coming out of cold water faucet (there are seperate faucets for hot and cold) and I am trying to see what the solution would be. Could the check valve go bad?