Thanks for that.
would you then use inserts and fittings frkm hep20?
Sorry fat fingers, it will be 32mm. Due to be fitted mid February.
Due to timing of getting boiler/tank fitted later, I’ll need to run temp 22mm...
Yes a few have said the same. I need to find a 25m roll of it. My incomer will be 35mm pipe reduced down to a 28mm full bite lever valve to which...
There is space but not enough to crawl in it. I may just run 28mm pex instead and insulate it all
Thanks for that.
I was hoping to pull it through, so guess I’ll need more boards up to
Ensure it has correct insulation. What’s the best the use?
Or should I run it internally in 28mm plastic pipe?
My current lead mains in in the kitchen and looking to get a new 32mm mains moled to the garage. My new boiler/unvented tank will be in the...
I’m not in that boat so if best not to mix, I’m happy with that. Do you know if they do an ‘easy lay’ type pipe? Is it pb or pex
Does hep2o need a special pipe? I have about 10 lengths of jg pipe from last install and some fittings
I’m thinking plastic for speed really. I need to fit new radiators and upgrade pipework at the same time. Was thinking plastic would be quicker...
What’s the best plastic fittings these days for central heating. In the past I’ve used John guest speed fit.
As requested, here’s the best pics I could take with my phone. My camera is yet to be found
yes the camera went all the way to the top and was clear. The terminal is for gas.
the picture is from when we got the house, don’t think I can...
Yes, but that is a different fire in another room - sorry I realised that was a bit confusing
This is a picture of the rear of the house, you can see the stainless cowls (there are 2)[ATTACH]
There was no gas fire there and can’t even see a gas pipe. The back was solid and there was an extension lead run behind it for an electric fire....
The manual states a liner isn’t necessary, but I’ll let the gas installer do an inspection first, but think it may have to come out through the...
Getting to the terminal is not easy as there was a loft conversion done in the 80s. No flat roof to shoot ladders from, would have to be from...
Was there a reason for leaving the old open fire bricks in?
Will do, thank you.
I have the manual so will do some measuring. It’s the coal model not the log one
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