Add your answer here.
Check out some similar questions!
Clog in water supply lines after replacing section at main municipal supply... [ 1 Answers ]
I had an exposed water supply line that ran from the city inlet to my house. It was old and rusty so we decided to replace it with a PEX pvc piping. It's the same dia. (3/4") and we replace the one 90 elbow with a 45 instead. When we turned the water back on, it had no pressure, and after my...
Where is a good location for a hot water tank on the main water supply line [ 3 Answers ]
I have moved my hot water tank to a new location in the basement. The new location is closer to the main water line. The best way for me to describe it is; from the street to my house to the water meter and from the water meter I have 7ft. Of 3/4" pipe. I want to run a 1/2" pipe to my hot water...
Supply line won't stop running. Main water supply off [ 3 Answers ]
I was doing some bathroom remodeling and attempted to remove an old supply valve. It would not budge so I decided to cut the copper tubing underneath it and put on a new shutoff valve with a compression fitting. The problem is that water just kept coming out of that supply line. The main water...
Any danger or harm in shutting off water supply [ 3 Answers ]
I am going away for a few weeks in the winter and I am thinking of shutting off the water supply at home; in case the heating system fails, I don't need to worry about pipe burst. I am just wondering if that is hazardous for the water heater as it will have to keep boiling the water for the heat...
Shutting off hot water heater and main water supply [ 2 Answers ]
I recently purchased a cabin that has well water and a hot water heater that is run off the oil furnace. I shut off the well tank when I left but forgot to shut off the hot water heater. Does anyone know if I can damage the heater by having the main water shut off and leaving the water heater on?
View more Plumbing questions Search