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Avoid using 90* elbows when installing stove pipe

Avoid using 90* elbows when installing stove pipe. Use 45* elbows whenever possible for horizontal…

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Residential Domestic / Hydronic Water Installation

Uponor Controls and Poly pipe cladding on boiler copper lines

Residential Domestic / Hydronic Water Installation

Frequently Asked QUESTIONS

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How often do I change my furnace filter?

Standard 1" filters should be changed on average every three months. High capacity 5" filters should be checked after the first 6 months and changed within the year

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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/