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    Big trees and plumbing generally tend to not get...

    Big trees and plumbing generally tend to not get along.

    PVC piping has less give than Poly so will tend to crack slightly sooner.
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    Hello Terry, I am a (new) journeyman plumber...

    Hello Terry,

    I am a (new) journeyman plumber in Vancouver, BC. I mostly do service work, but enjoy all (most?) parts of plumbing. I'd like to be part of the In The Trades Forum.
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    To meet code in Vancouver, auxillary thermal...

    To meet code in Vancouver, auxillary thermal expansion relief valves have to dump at 80psi or less. The tag on the valve will tell you what the factory set point is.

    When a residential tank is...
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    Around here we'd use a self-restraining...

    Around here we'd use a self-restraining compression coupling. Not the cheapest, but reliable.

    Dresser style 90 are good. spec sheet says 150 PSIG(Different gasket/grips good to 1000PSI+). If...
  5. Hey Jimbo, you ask some interesting questions. ...

    Hey Jimbo, you ask some interesting questions.

    To the best of my understanding, model codes intentionally avoid specific prescriptions.

    If it helps you at all, the Ontario building code can...
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