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  1. Thanks for the advice. So it sounds like I can...

    Thanks for the advice. So it sounds like I can handle making the hole. Then what would you recommend for the actual piping? Do I run a 3" PVC pipe through my foundation hole as a conduit? Then run 1"...
  2. Thanks Smooky, yes the yard hydrant is exactly...

    Thanks Smooky, yes the yard hydrant is exactly what I need! I didn't know what it was called.
    I do have a crawl space, but because the deck is in front of it, I can't put the bib under the deck. If...
  3. The hose bib location is currently far from where...

    The hose bib location is currently far from where we actually use it. And as we are getting new siding installed on the house, and the hose bib needed to be replaced for this. I figured it's a good...
  4. New underground hose supply line advice

    Hi,
    I am planing to relocate my exterior hose bib from it's current location, where it has copper pipe running down an exterior wall next to my Elect Circuit breaker panel, to a better location. I...
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    In looking at the RedyTemp solution, I'm reading...

    In looking at the RedyTemp solution, I'm reading in their installation manual that they actually provide an easy way to connect a momentary switch to the unit. They mention using a non-illuminating...
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    Thanks for your advice jadnashua. I'll have to...

    Thanks for your advice jadnashua. I'll have to check into this RedyTemp thing. I also like your idea of using a bathroom timer. That may be the easiest to set up.
    My old aircraft electrician brain...
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    switched recirculating pump advice

    Hi,
    I am installing a new water heater and am thinking this is a good time to add a hot water recirculating pump.
    All of my bathrooms are near the water heater, so they don't have to wait for hot...
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    Thanks hj. When the softener was installed, the...

    Thanks hj. When the softener was installed, the water company that did it gave me instructions to add a certain amount of Iron Out to the salt. I used to do that, but then I saw salt sold where it...
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    Thanks. I can see how everyone would have their...

    Thanks. I can see how everyone would have their opinion on these things. For each one, they all seem to have pros and cons.

    As for the pressure tank, yes I'm trying to use the room that it is in....
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    Thanks everyone for your help and advice. As for...

    Thanks everyone for your help and advice. As for why I want to update the plumbing, it's because the copper plumbing running through this 2nd floor bathroom is now exposed. I removed the floor since...
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    Advice for new plumbing installation

    Hello, I am going to hire a plumber to update my house's plumbing and would like your advice on what would be the best materials and type of equipment as I am ready to update the entire house's...
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    Bathroom remodel advice

    Hello,
    I have our small second story bathroom gutted down to the studs and am ready to build it back up.
    I removed the old 60" cast iron tub that was in there as it was from 1973 when the house was...
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    Thanks Jim, We took this estimate and will keep...

    Thanks Jim,
    We took this estimate and will keep looking to find a local independent plumber. I think you're right. I've had my share of unlicensed experts in this house over the years.

    - Brian
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    Before we called the plumber, I tried to verify...

    Before we called the plumber, I tried to verify the blockage by running the shower full blast for 30 minutes. The downstairs toilet didn't do any filling, or anything. Just a very small 1/8" movement...
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    Thanks HJ, I'll try to find a plumber to get...

    Thanks HJ,
    I'll try to find a plumber to get this done. Appreciate your help.

    - Brian
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    Toilet drains when shower is running.

    I started experiencing this strange problem recently. Here are the facts, hopefully someone can tell me what I should check to resolve this...

    - I remodeled the 1st floor bathroom about 6 months...
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    Thanks. Yes, I do believe buying my supplies...

    Thanks. Yes, I do believe buying my supplies from Home Depot and Lowes is my problem. They are sending me on the wrong path. I'm trying to do a professional job, but I am far from a professional. ...
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    Thanks for the tips, DanTee. This bathroom is on...

    Thanks for the tips, DanTee. This bathroom is on the ground level. Sub floor is concrete. I did a moisture test before I stared and there was no moisture coming up from the concrete. This house...
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    Thanks Jim. This was actually my second purchase...

    Thanks Jim. This was actually my second purchase of this stuff due to the 12" tiles. The first stuff I bought along with the tiles was only good for up to 8" tiles. So I took it back to the store,...
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    Thanks for the great advice. As I do my own...

    Thanks for the great advice. As I do my own remodeling, no matter what I read and how many things of fine print I digest, there is no replacement for experience. And the only way for me to get that...
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    Ceramic Floor tile adhesive cure time

    Hello,
    I'm remodeling a small bathroom and am installing 12" ceramic tiles on the floor.
    Since I'm not a pro at this, I opted for the ready-mix adhesive that I picked up at Home Depot (AcrylPro...
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    Wiring question for bathroom light/fan

    Hi,
    I'm remodeling a powder room and installing a new ceiling light/fan. I have all the wiring in and connected and before I turn the breaker on, I wanted to ohm out my wiring to be sure there are...
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    Hi. I just read your PDF that recommended the...

    Hi.
    I just read your PDF that recommended the FloodChek hoses ( http://www.terrylove.com/pdf/bottom_line_plumbing_2011_2.pdf ) and I plan on ordering them for my laundry room remodel. I'm wondering...
  24. Thank you for the link, Porky. I am still not...

    Thank you for the link, Porky. I am still not getting any response from this company, and I paid top dollar for the work they did, so having to pay someone else to come finish things hurts. I will...
  25. Thanks for your help. I just wrote the installer...

    Thanks for your help. I just wrote the installer for the millionth time to see if they want to back up their work, and make permanent their temp install on that seal. I hope I hear from them. I...
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