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  • #16
    Re: moving plumbing

    Originally posted by Bob D. View Post
    About Levittown

    http://tigger.uic.edu/~pbhales/Levittown/

    There was one in NJ too (Willingboro, near Philly & Camden)

    GREAT pics! this reminds me of Henry Ford's utopia: Fordlandia... mind you... even if he was a control freak... his idea of Fordlandia was not that bad...

    cheers!

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    • #17
      Re: moving plumbing

      I did work in long island I do most work in the Brooklyn, queens .A very rough est tub ,shower body set no c.i 800. 00 w/c 450 .00 . lav 350.00 now remember very rough est good luck

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      • #18
        levittown

        the original method of heating the houses in levittown was radiant water in floor. either steel pipe or copper. concrete did bad thing to the piping. a lot were replaced with forced air. it's cheaper to install and faster. besides a lot less dirty than radiant. do you have a boiler or a furnace??? breid

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