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Know where your main water shutoff is located

Make a point of locating your main water shutoff, ensure it is well labelled and advise everyone…

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

FAQ

Why can’t I use stove pipe to add some length to my existing chimney?

Chimney systems by code need to be installed once a transition through a combustible (roof or wall) is required. Once the transition to chimney is made the chimney system must be completed through to termination (chimney cap).

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I have existing gray water line but it is hard to find, where can I find more?

The gray water line is Polybutylene (Poly-B for short) and is no longer manufactured. The product line was discontinued due to the potential for breakdown given certain chlorine levels in the water  and a particular kind of fitting, both of which were not an issue in Canada. These pipes, given they are correctly installed, will most likely outlive the house here in Canada and should not be a cause for concern. Poly-B has given way to a number of different waterline manufacturers, the most common one being Crosslinked Polyethylene, better known as Pex, used extensively as a substitute for more expensive plumbing systems such as copper.

See the following link for more info:http://www.pexinfo.com/