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    Yep, me too. You'd think plumbing would be more...

    Yep, me too. You'd think plumbing would be more standard, though, eh?

    CX
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    I sure understand the concern, hj, but I've...

    I sure understand the concern, hj, but I've always been required to take it apart until a union could be installed in an attic or crawl space or such. Yep, big PITA for sure. 'Specially irksome...
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    It's always been my practice to use the...

    It's always been my practice to use the galvanized pipe when the lines were exposed to the weather, Hi. Don't know that I've ever seen it in a code book one way or the other, though.

    Also, the...
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    Thanks, Winslow. It's now been pointed out to me...

    Thanks, Winslow. It's now been pointed out to me over yonder as follows:

    Yeah, Tool, we started using galvanized fittings with the black iron pipe down this way (South Texas) years ago for the...
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    Ah, the flaking galvanizing somehow sounds...

    Ah, the flaking galvanizing somehow sounds familiar now. Is that actually in the code, or just something we're s'posta know? Yeah, well I would certainly have expected his plumber to know about the...
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    Thanks, y'all. :) Toolaholic: I thought the...

    Thanks, y'all. :)

    Toolaholic: I thought the left/right couplings were in the same category as unions and compression fittings and such when it came to concealed gas fittings. Not so?

    Cass: ...
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    Concealed Gas Union

    Well, I tried to find this in y'all's archives, but you can't do a search for "gas" or "LP" or "natural gas" on here, so I struck out.

    The question is, can a union in a gas line be permanently...
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    C'mon, one of you sure-nuff plumbers, help this...

    C'mon, one of you sure-nuff plumbers, help this fella out, wouldja?

    He's a good and valued member of the John Bridge Tile Your World forums and is really needin' to get to work on his tile if he...
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    Don't think I can sign on to that theory, Al. ...

    Don't think I can sign on to that theory, Al. The Independent Republic of Texas was run entirely by Democrats for about a gazillion years until just recently. Permit rules are very lax here...
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    How 'bout the Coconut State?

    Isn't the People's Republic of Massachusetts one of them places still likes to use lead and copper shower pans, too? :rolleyes:


    But that's not why I called. Please to settle discussion from...
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    Once again, thanks all for the information. :) ...

    Once again, thanks all for the information. :)

    No final decision at this point. I may have swayed them a little by tellin' them I could install three 50 gal electric tank heaters for less than it...
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    All my customers are on private wells and I set...

    All my customers are on private wells and I set all the pressure switches at 40/60. Seems to make them all happy.

    My opinion; worth price charged.
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    I see the same thing Spaceman Spiff does, Terry. ...

    I see the same thing Spaceman Spiff does, Terry. No option for custom avatar.


    Who's John Bridge? :rolleyes:
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    Well, I'm not sure where I got the 55 degree well...

    Well, I'm not sure where I got the 55 degree well water temprature I was advertising. I went to the site and measured the water temp coming right out of the well and it was about 70 degrees.
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    Appreciate the comments, gentlemen. The...

    Appreciate the comments, gentlemen.

    The property in question is on a private water well, and I think we run a pretty consistant 55 degrees on the water temprature in this area, so that part...
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    Thanks, Terry. Looks like the small electric...

    Thanks, Terry.

    Looks like the small electric unit wants 80 amps. I only ran 100 amp service to the building when it was built and it has a two ton heat pump, among other electrical loads,...
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    Thanks, e. I saw that archived site on my way...

    Thanks, e.

    I saw that archived site on my way here, but there doesn't appear to be a search feature there.
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    Instant Water Heaters

    Glad to see your site is back up, Terry. Ol' John Bridge told us over to his place that you had to shut down. Didn't know what I'd find over here. :)

    Don't seem to be able to search for...
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