There’s no sign of damp or mould but it does seem massively heath Robinson
Just had the sparky in and we’ve had to drop the extractor in the downstairs toilet.
The ducting is made of plywood!!!
WTAF? That can’t be right?
No access issues before fitting but access after would be a nightmare
Doesn’t every new built have mostly plastic pipe these days?
I prefer to see copper tbh but this just makes more sense to have a continuous...
I have a run of cabinets in my galley kitchen of about 4.5m. The hot cold feed need to be replumbed and will run behind these units.
What ducting do you think I need for the fan up to the chimney cowl? semi rigid or will the aluminium flexi stuff work ok?
Thank you and yes I agree ... with unvented what am I signing up for maintenance wise?
Immersion heater ... like the good old days
Thanks fellas, I think the unvented is the way to go..... now I just need to find someone to fit one!
I think they’ve quote 25mm mains pipe... it’s 40lpm at the road
The joints are filled first before skimming ... otherwise noise would pass through the joint
Turn it off and unscrew each socket.... vibration from washing machines etc has a habit of losening connections. It’s ever liking a dodgy socket...
We don’t know where it branches off because if next door turn off their supply under the stairs (quite a distance from this pipe) it doesn’t effect us
It goes through the wall at floorboard level
That’s what I thought hence the lean towards unvented... or there may be a possibility to run one leccy and one mixer?
At the moment I have two electric showers .. they can’t run at the same time because of the low flow rate. (Ignore the electrical amps issue at...
Replacing the old main so this shared pipe needs to be capped off ... the guidance says it needs to loop back into the supply to reduce the risk...
Had two plumbers round and both have given conflicting advice.
Basically I’m having a new water main put in to seperate an old lead shared...
Aye sorry about that lad ... leccy oven with gas hob on top. Not a “proper” Aga
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