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Bradford White Corp.'s AeroTherm heat-pump water heaters are now in production at the company's plant in Middleville, Michigan. [...]
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
DEWALT announces the debut of the 9” 60V MAX* cutoff saw (DCS690). [...]
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
GF Piping Systems introduces a new pipe guide and valve-support system. [...]
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
The Typhoon trailer jet from General Pipe Cleaners blows away blockages in big lines and long runs. [...]
Fri, Jun 22, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
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How to fix faulty pipes Every now and again plumbing pipes will fail. Now of course, this shouldn't have for decades, but of course, there will be leaks, there will be water spilling all over the place, and if left unattended long enough, there will be water damage and property damage. Not to mention the fact that there will be a hefty water bill to follow if left on its own for too long. That being said, these pipes needs to be fixed. The obvious thought comes to mind, maybe you should call a plumber, right? The problem is the cost to hire a plumber, especially in the city, where they might tend to charge a lot of money, and you can only hope that the guy that you are calling will do a good job. There is also the option of fixing it yourself, which will require you to have quite a bit of time on your hands, and minimal financial investment. What you will need to have on hand When dealing with faulty pipes that need to be replaced, it goes without saying that you at least need to know what's a good deal or not. That, of course depends on the quality of the material. Worst case scenario, you will have to replace every single bit of pipe. So make sure to see how much pipe you will need to replace as well as taking the necessary measurements. Next stop. Your local hardware store. Make sure to buy as much pipe as you need, and a little bit extra, just for good measure, along with some basic plumbing tools, a pipe cutter, hemp fibers, sealing tape, and various other small consumables that you might need. Do not hesitate to ask for advice or ask questions on gas pipe installation at the hardware store to see if you have better [...]
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Source: Plumbing News
BAVCO is a master-part distributor of original factory parts for backflow preventers. [...]
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
Taco Comfort Solutions' brass boiler-feed and dual-check backflow preventer with atmospheric vent is available as a combination unit. [...]
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
The Watts BD1156 boiler fill valve provides a faster, easier and safer way to fill hydronic heating systems — from 8 to 21 psi. [...]
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
Zurn notes its new Wilkins 400ST stainless steel n-Pattern Backflow Preventer Series focuses on the features that matter most to contractors. [...]
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
From training to company culture, the Meek brothers share what makes TM Sales special. [...]
Wed, Jun 20, 2018
Source: Plumbing & Mechanical – Plumbing
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