Last Activity:07-10-2008 8:43 PM
Posted in thread: Water volume problem on 07-10-2008 at 08:43 PM
You leave out too much information to even wager a guess.We'd have to know things like the
actual distance between the shower and second fixture along the developed length of pipe both
vertically and ...
Posted in thread: Pressure balanced faucets for the shower, yes or no? on 07-10-2008 at 08:37 PM
Over the years I have renovated several bathrooms in an old apartment building I own.I have
replaced the existing Price Pfister compression type faucets with similar washerless styles.
The shower sets...
Posted in thread: small shower? on 06-01-2008 at 10:26 AM
Sterling makes great 4 piece modular shower units that will work nicely for you: used their
32" models and at 6'2" and nearly 300lbs have no trouble using them.Plumbing codes usually
limit the size o...
Posted in thread: New Dishwasher Install on 08-23-2006 at 11:19 PM
All due respect to Glennjanie, but Kentucky Code has absolutely NO jurisdiction in Ohio or
anywhere outside his own state...That said, why not simply go to what Ohio Plumbing Code states
and answer au...
Posted in thread: How many light/switches per circuit? on 08-14-2006 at 07:50 PM
Is there a way to calculate how many switches or lights I can attach in series to one single
circuit in my house? How does this calculation relaye to the typs of romex cabling I'm
Posted in thread: Flat roofs??? on 08-13-2006 at 11:41 AM
EDPM usually cannot be installed over other types of existing roofing materials and codes
prevent more than 2 layers of any type of roofing material at all.Because of the structure's
age, the 'bounce'...
Posted in thread: Air in water tank on 08-06-2006 at 05:33 PM
Could be any number of things.A leaking check valve or leaking pipes/connectors in the water
service pipe could also be the culprit.So too could a rupture in the pipe anywhere from the
pump to the pre...
Posted in thread: Should I replace my kitchen subfloor? on 08-02-2006 at 06:50 PM
The only thing that should need to be replaced is the 1/4" underlayment , not the structural
plywood subfloor.You might not even need the underlayment to be replaced. Instead, you may get
away with si...
Posted in thread: Insulating Attic? on 08-02-2006 at 06:22 PM
Call your local code enforcement office for help.R-30 isn't even close to ceiling insulation
requirements for Minnesota.Minimum ceiling insulation for Minnesota is R-49, or 14+
inches....Here's a help...
Posted in thread: plumbing question on 08-02-2006 at 06:17 PM
My original faucet set was Sterling, but they have discontinued that line.Time to replace the
entire shower diverter...