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  1. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Yes, I need to sit down and work out a plan of action. However, even if I were to go to the small claims court and win my case, is there...

    Sep 19, 2017 at 4:34 PM
  2. trf0412 attached a file to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Thanks for this advice. The new plumber (who rectified all of the mess created by the first plumber last Friday) came back on Monday to...

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  3. trf0412 attached a file to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    And can anyone advise whether this bit of pipework going to our towel radiator is ok? The fat pipes (22mm?) are the cental heating flow...

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  4. trf0412 attached a file to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Just taken up last piece of OSB to replace with plywood and discovered a couple of scorched Speedfit fittings! (See photos). I know how...

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  5. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    First plumber had broken down his quote into plumbing / hardware materials / plastering / tiling. We ended up using our own plasterer,.

    Sep 18, 2017 at 1:01 AM
  6. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    I wouldn't have dreamed of not having joint on a joist, esp. since it's not T&G! No doubt our first 'plumber' would have found that...

    Sep 16, 2017 at 10:52 PM
  7. trf0412 liked ShaunCorbs's post in the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    aslong as your joint is on a joist your fine

    Sep 16, 2017 at 10:51 PM
  8. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    So what's the people's verdict? Buy a new sheet and lay it in the "correct" orientation, or leave it as it is?

    Sep 16, 2017 at 10:48 PM
  9. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Room is approx. 2.44 x 2.20, with 7 joists running down the length of the room. The 5 joists in the centre are about 30cm apart, the two...

    Sep 16, 2017 at 10:18 PM
  10. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Squeaking would imply slight movement wouldn't it? And wouldn't that mean cracked tiles? In any case, there is only a single join in the...

    Sep 16, 2017 at 8:38 PM
  11. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Just in the middle of putting down hardwood ply, ready for Mon when plumbers are coming to fit bath and shower tray. The screws I'm...

    Sep 16, 2017 at 6:50 PM
  12. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    We have a rain shower head, with a hand held shower on a riser bar, and the distance between the mixer bar and the rain head is fixed..

    Sep 15, 2017 at 11:45 PM
  13. trf0412 rated Ric2013's post Funny in the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    Even if it were cement, I'm more concerned about the effect on you worrying about this than I am about the pipes.

    Sep 15, 2017 at 11:41 PM
  14. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    But not all plaster contains cement, right? I think I spotted a purple bag on our front lawn this afternoon, so it was probably Thistle...

    Sep 15, 2017 at 11:28 PM
  15. trf0412 replied to the thread OK for waste to run uphill a short distance?.

    See the chases that have been filled above the batten? That's how high up the other guy had set the pipes! Still scratching my head in...

    Sep 15, 2017 at 11:22 PM