|Posted by Ivan on February 20, 2003 at 16:33:49:|
|In response to Re: Restricted hot water flow through American Standard 3 valve|
: They may have been professionals, but I doubt that they were plumbers. Fixing the valve should not cost anywhere near that amount, and I cannot imagine anything that could be wrong with the valve that would replacing it. And replacing it, unless they are also repairing the wall, if necessary and painting it should also not cost $1,220.
HJ, thanks for the response. So you are saying that it should be possible to fix the shower valve if it is broken? The plumbers that provided the estimate said that it would take 6 to 8 hours to replace the valve and that new L copper pipe and fittings would be necessary. The estimate excluded fixing the tiles.
: : Thank you.
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