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  1. Induced draft flue condensation - best fix?

    I am buying a home and the home inspector reported that the furnace is a modern induced draft type. The flue has been connected in the attic to the old transite (asbestos cement) flue. There is...
  2. water is flowing again

    Well I got the water flowing again. I dug a 3' deep by 5' long trench along the drain pipe. Turn out the cast iron transitions to clay right after it leaves the house and does a 90 deg. turn to the...
  3. Yeah, I know adding a clean out is just a band...

    Yeah, I know adding a clean out is just a band aid. But $100 bandaids are pretty cheap compared to a $5000 cure. The roto rooter guy says that 5 grand is the going rate for a new main in my type...
  4. Something that I failed to mention is that,...

    Something that I failed to mention is that, although I don't have a clean out on the side of the house, there is a large capped pipe (like 6" diameter). In the 4 years I've lived in the house, I...
  5. Anyone else want to give pointers? I do "jack of...

    Anyone else want to give pointers? I do "jack of all trades" home repair work for a living (including most types of plumbing). (Note: I leave the furnace and AC work to the pros like you guys.) ...
  6. This is not HVAC related, but the guys on this...

    This is not HVAC related, but the guys on this board seem to have the best info on most topics, so I figured you could help me out. I am having recurrent clogging problems with my house's drains. ...
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