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Dec
22
comment Connecting a water heater, what kind of fittings, valves, and adapters?
Valves are typically not put on the hot side as they are redundant. It won't hurt the system to have one but it's an unnecessary added cost. If you feel the added cost is worth it for you then that's fine.
Dec
21
answered Connecting a water heater, what kind of fittings, valves, and adapters?
Dec
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answered How to raise trap height for new vanity
Dec
12
reviewed Approve Can I run copper wire to a subpanel via the crawl space without conduit?
Dec
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reviewed Approve Is 12-gauge wire adequate to run into between a 7000 watt generator and circuit box?
Dec
12
reviewed Approve Light fixtures flicker after replacement
Dec
12
reviewed Approve Hot water no longer coming from water tank (air lock??)
Dec
9
reviewed Approve Wall load bearing or not?
Dec
8
reviewed Approve How can I detect reverse polarity on an ungrounded receptacle?
Dec
8
comment Bathroom drainage: bath's water flooding shower
Is there a vent for the basin? If not this would be part of the problem.
Dec
8
reviewed Approve Bathroom drainage: bath's water flooding shower
Dec
8
reviewed Approve What is the correct router bit for cutting shapes out of plywood
Dec
7
reviewed Approve Do I need soffit vents and can I add them without taking the roof apart?
Dec
7
reviewed Approve Is a thick, unvented hot roof a good candidate for spray foam?
Dec
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reviewed Approve What is the risk of leaving a well pump on a 3-wire system?
Dec
4
answered How best to cut & tie into cast iron pipe
Dec
3
reviewed Approve How to connect thermostat to newly-installed condenser/evaporator unit
Dec
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reviewed Approve What's the best method to chalk a line parallel to a wall?
Dec
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revised Problems with crossed hot & cold water lines on shower
edited title
Dec
2
revised Problems with crossed hot & cold water lines on shower
improved formatting