Joined on December 18, 2003
Last Post on May 24, 2013
@ October 18, 2007 4:06 AM in It don't flush!Just wanted to share this. The multimillion dollar home was finished and the power room toilet always had a problem. After several floorwashing and numerous drain cleaning The problem was solved. Believe it or not. Yes it is two condensate lines.
@ September 28, 2007 4:58 PM in Here we go againhttp://www.builderonline.com/industry-news.asp?sectionID=28&articleID=497866 Check this out It only the tip of the iceberg LINK
@ August 22, 2007 8:21 PM in Looking to sell steam radiatorsSal: I'm not sure if you received this, so will try again. I will take the whole lot. Thanks reply to : email@example.com
@ August 22, 2007 8:18 PM in Looking to sell steam radiators> Thanks Steamhead. Your idea on file size
> was right. Now with smaller images, they're
> attached. We are located in the seacoast of New
> Hampshire. Thanks again for any help.
I would be interested in the whole lot. email me directly so we can get together. I am in Mass and need them for a show room I am doing on heating products
@ May 30, 2007 5:32 AM in Help me help my daughters...$250
@ May 11, 2007 8:37 AM in Dead solarThe picture tell it all You do not use pex on the primary side of a solar system and the relief valve is installed backwards. More Pictures and we could walk you through
@ February 21, 2007 4:28 AM in Parts for Stelrad Group BoilersStelrad boiler can found in Canada check out on the web
@ December 31, 2006 9:10 AM in Reinventing the wheel5 Million dollars renovation and the GC installs it his way and then call in a air balancing company and the story goes on and on. This job contain 25 tons of ac and hydro air along with miles of radiant floor warming, which radiants downward, customer knows a better way to insulate (none)
@ December 17, 2006 12:15 PM in Free agentTim There is no doubt that you will continue to stimulate the the industry. Wherever your new endeavor bring you I wish you and yours best Regards Joe Waskiewicz
@ November 9, 2006 5:29 PM in Wholesaler/Contractor RelationWhat do expect from your supply house ?
@ July 8, 2006 10:50 AM in Rinnai Control boxPut a price on the lot email directly and I forward a check
@ March 14, 2006 8:03 PM in ANOTHER ITEM FOR THE RIDE WITH ME AUCTION (Dan H.)$100.00
@ April 16, 2005 7:01 AM in Nice work- picturesCraftmanship 200% suggest that you turn yr backflow drain downward
@ March 24, 2005 9:18 PM in Just had our Inspection... What a Joke!Call 617 727 9952 and ask for Joe Peluso Director of State Board of Plumbers and file a complaint, the inspector in question should lose his job. He is not doing justice to the general public or the plumber, sooner or later someone once again will lose their life. Inspectors are paid to protect the public. File a complaint against the bastard, and help someone future.
@ March 24, 2005 9:04 PM in Just had our Inspection... What a Joke!> The plumbing inspector for our town just came to
> inspect our installation. As a homeowner I'm
> appauled at what happens here in Massachusetts.
> I knew that only the gas fitting part of the job
> required a license here, but I didn't know that
> the inspection wouldn't cover the rest of the
> installation even though there are codes in
> effect for the heating part as well. I'm sure
> this is no news to all you folks who do good work
> here in this state.
> If I didn't open the door
> to the crawl space area to show the venting, the
> inspector was only guessing that the vent pipe
> leaving the Vitodens and going through a concrete
> wall was actually terminating outdoors. He
> didn't even look at how it was terminated outside
> and whether it met Viessmann's requirements.
> It's a less than perfect situation, but the
> *only* defense against poor and possibly
> dangerous work is a *highly* educated
> Since the inspector didn't spend the
> time to really look at our setup, I do have to
> ask one question...
> In our attic we had a gas
> furnace removed and replaced with a hydronic air
> handler. The very last thing my contractor needs
> to do is tidy up the gas termination in the
> attic. Right now it was left as a pipe sticking
> out from the rafters into the attic with only the
> shut-off from the prior furnace at the end. It
> seems like common sense that the pipe should be
> brought back to floor level and left in such a
> way that someone wouldn't be able to knock the
> unsupport pipe. I've also asked that the valve
> be removed and replace with a plug so a curious
> child couldn't easily turn it on. The contractor
> will do this, but should this have been something
> the inspector looked at (even with the very
> limited scope of inspection that they use here in
@ March 16, 2005 5:27 AM in Mass new regsPex tubing is now allowed for plumbing up to 3 stories, mechanical permits will be required for each city and town as of 4/1/2005 for HVAC,boilers, from 3 hp and up. This will eventually help the consumers from the hackers
@ March 15, 2005 8:28 PM in Boston steam expert?508 943 3222 I may be able to assist you
@ February 13, 2005 6:20 PM in Anyone have any info on a Northland wood/oil boiler?Call Winthrop Guptill of Northland Corp, Middletown, Ct. he is also The Webster Burner Rep and Commerical rep for DeDietich boiler. Win know this boiler inside and out If you cannot find his number call 1 860 873 8691 and the girl who answers the phone will help you.
@ November 23, 2004 6:32 PM in LET'S HELP A FRIEND (Dan H.)Dan Count us in for the books @300 & the ad for $200.