Floodsafe® Washing Machine Connectors

-  I slowly opened my faucet to increase the water flow.  For a quick example of how these devices work, check out the video below. .  Once the water flow increased enough to dislodge the flow restrictor, the FloodSafe® device immediately shut off the flow of water. I did some playing around with one of these connectors, and I can pretty much guarantee that removing this flow restrictor on a washing machine hose will make it so no water will come out at all ..More

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Chandeliers Above Bath Tubs

-  The image below shows a chandelier rated for a damp location – you’ll notice that the bulbs are completely enclosed. . This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t install a chandelier above your bath tub… but you’re supposed to have a very tall ceiling to do it, and even then, the light should be rated for a wet or damp location ..More

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Burning Dryer Transition Ducts

- . I tried lighting some paper on fire inside one of these plastic ducts to see how fast it would burn through, and the plastic itself actually caught on fire ..More

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Stone Siding Installation Defects

-  This guide is packed with diagrams showing how to install the material, based on generally accepted methods.  When I inspect masonry veneer, I use the Masonry Veneer Manufacturers Association’s installation guide, which you can find here – MVMA installation guide. . While newer stucco installations are done quite well, the folks installing masonry veneer seem to have a lot of catching up to do on proper installation details ..More

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Hot Water Faster

- All I did was install a dedicated 3/8″ water supply line from the water piping coming off the top of my water heater to the kitchen sink faucet.  By installing this 3/8″ water line, I’ve cut the wait time from 45 seconds down to 10 seconds.  The other reason this works is because a 3/8″ tube has about 25% of the volume as a 3/4″ tube.   Part of the reason I get hot water so much faster is that the hot water doesn’t need to fill up all of the main ‘branch’ lines to get to my kitchen faucet.  The hot water line that feeds my kitchen sink consists of 17′ of 3/4″ tubing, then another 25′ of 1/2″ tubing. .   I’ve cut the total run down to about 25′ by running the line straight to my faucet ..More

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