Sorting Out Your Own Plumbing Issues

What Is A Pex Pipe?

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Many construction experts believe crosslinked pex pipes have the potential to revolutionize the plumbing industry. Flexible high density polyethylene polymer (HDPE) is melted down and then extruded into a tube shaped die. Crosslinking is achieved by one of three different methods: Engels, Silane or Radiation. While the Engels method produces a more flexible product, all three methods meet industry wide ASTM, NSF and CSA standards. Though copper has been the standard for both residential and commercial plumbing systems since the mid 1960’s, plumbers have now discovered pex pipe offers many advantages over rigid metal or plastic options.…

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How To Ensure Yourself Against Any Future Sewer Line Repairs

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Discovering that the sewer line from your house to the road is in rough shape and will need to be completely uprooted is not a pleasant thought or cheap project for any project owner. You may be wondering if there is any way you can make sure that you never have to repair your sewer line again. Actually there are a couple of ways you can prevent this messy and expensive project from reoccurring, at least for the duration of the time you live in your home.…

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Fixing A Dishwasher That Isn't Drying Your Dishes

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You might tolerate it for days, weeks or even months, but few chores are more annoying than drying your clean dishes by hand. Leftover water on dishes can evaporate into unsightly stains and foster the growth of mold, demanding work from you that your dishwasher should be doing. Before you scrap your appliance and go buy a new one, however, consider these possible solutions to your problem. Loading Dishes Efficiently …

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