What, not working today? There's field's to plow and cows to milk.
I guess even you are allowed a day of rest.
Welcome back Adam.
I have a request. My sister in law and her husband in San Pedro are in need of a plumbing consultant. They just bought a house and have found that one of their wc's was improperly installed and needs remediation. They got one quote that was over $10K and now the quoter wants to send a crew out to take another look. I suggested they get a second opinion. Seeing how it's over 60 miles from you, maybe you could recommend someone.
We got a kid named Chris down here.I've spoke to him once or twice on some REMS products(Propress tool as well) a few years ago.Time to freshen up the dialogue with him I'll let you know what I find out.
So, you have a Rems Amigo 2 threader. Good for you. Only problem with them is parts. I have to get them from a distributor in the midwest. Used to be local, but no longer. Same for you?
Here's some more info on the basement.
Floor drain in parking area:
And a picture from the previous basement with these conditions.
I forgot to mention I've got a job where my basement underground piping has to be supported for uplift due to expansive soil. It's the second project we've had to do this. We span from footing to footing with stainless channel (up to 20' lengths) and hang rod and hangers off the strut making sure everything terminates below the mat slab, which has a waterproof membrane below it. PITA to do, even more so to estimate.
How goes with you? Been up to any mischief this week? I'm really ready for the weekend. All these employees are wearing me out.
Check out this #'s.
Run by a woman, BTW.
And this company is even older, but obviously lost it's original # when the founder died.
For real old numbers, a good bet is to look in SF. Even the newbes there are old school.
When I started the thread on pipe sizing, I was hoping for a few things to add to my letter of persuasion to my GC and Architect. When the responses started to come in about 50-50, I did what I should have done in the first place-contact an expert... da.
Hit a bull's eye on my first attempt. Better late then never, eh?