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If you’re looking to update your boiler before winter sets in, make sure you take into consideration your boiler’s size, efficiency, and venting requirements. Feel that chill in the air? Winter is coming. Now is the time to assess your … Continue reading →
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There is no single fitting currently available that can connect PEX directly to PVC. Push-fit fittings such as SharkBites work with PEX, copper, and CPVC — but not with PVC pipe (Schedule 40, Schedule 80, DWV, etc.). The best way … Continue reading →
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