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Faucets have no cold water only warm after Apt water off 3 days every week

It sounds like they are doing a Big Job, such as a total re-plumb. Perhaps they are replacing lines which were originally cast into the slab foundation, and have failed due to age or corrosion. The ...
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Faucets have no cold water only warm after Apt water off 3 days every week

Your manager might be right. I live in Arizona and the cold water is warm enough to take shower. Not really hot, but warm. However compared to Albq, it is really hot here >100 Depending how long ...
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Schluter... Membrane over green drywall?

I checked Kerdi's website and the Kerdiboards that are rated for application on drywall studs are 19mm thick and above, using the standard stud spacing of 60mm (EU) or close enough to that (US). The ...
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Two P-Traps on Single Vent?

A clothes washer is 2 DFUs (residential) or 3 (commercial,) per IPC code (may not be your code, likely to not be THAT different, though.) A "service sink" (which I take to be what they call ...
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Adding another outlet in bathroom for bidet?

As of any recent NEC, the bidet outlet needs GFCI protection. As of NEC 2020, the bidet outlet does not need to be on the bathroom receptacle circuit, because some rules for bathroom receptacles were ...
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Adding another outlet in bathroom for bidet?

Yes there is a problem with non GFCI protected circuits.yes I understand you say load of a GFCI but the term non-GFCI needs addressed. Can you have a receptacle that the GFCI devise is in a location ...
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Adding another outlet in bathroom for bidet?

Likely far easier to go down the wall and into the cabinet, across the back of the cabinet and either into the wall to a receptacle, or you could even install a receptacle into the side of the cabinet....
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2" x 11" Actual Floor Joist Sistering Question

1.5" x 11" close enough to 2x12. Dimensional joists have crowns so 1/4" might not make any difference. Depends on what you are doing with the finished floor and the current flatness. ...
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