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Jun
24
accepted What's the advantage of PEX crimp/clamp over the expansion connection?
Jun
22
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
17
asked How would I secure a pex shut off valve to the stud in the wall interior?
Jun
12
comment What's the advantage of PEX crimp/clamp over the expansion connection?
Lots of great info, thanks! +1 for crimp
Jun
11
comment What's the advantage of PEX crimp/clamp over the expansion connection?
I have skimmed that page a few times and missed the part about "durable/chemical resistance". I really would think the pressure tests would be better on PEC-A!
Jun
11
asked What's the advantage of PEX crimp/clamp over the expansion connection?
Jun
10
awarded  Custodian
Jun
8
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
4
comment Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
Cool. Yeah no filtering here. I'll just go to the big box.
Jun
4
comment Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
I am doing this before I sell my house. I'll just get it at HD.
Jun
4
accepted Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
Jun
4
comment Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
Got it. So pass on the deal?
Jun
4
revised Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
edited title
Jun
4
asked Is PEX exposed to the environment OK to use?
Jun
2
comment Replace buried polybutelyne/Qest with Pex
Awesome idea. Researching my local code to see if that's possible. Thanks!
Jun
2
accepted Replace buried polybutelyne/Qest with Pex
Jun
2
comment Replace buried polybutelyne/Qest with Pex
So you think the incoming water line is run through the slab and not underneath. I thought, I guess hopefully, that it was run underneath the slab until it poked up through.
Jun
2
asked Replace buried polybutelyne/Qest with Pex
Jun
1
comment Do I need to replace this toilet ring?
I have plenty of access the toilet is upstairs and the downstairs ceiling is open. Might try the easy way first though.
Jun
1
comment Do I need to replace this toilet ring?
Could I just cut it all out and put in a new one.