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Sunday, March 31, 2019

Power Vent and Direct Vent Water Heater Replacement

In addition to normal venting operation a power vent water heater has a blower motor on the top of the water heater to assist in providing air for combustion of the heater. A direct vent has special venting that provides both air for combustion as well as a vent for removing the exhaust from your home. There is also a direct power vent model that provides both.

Saturday, March 30, 2019

My Georgia Plumber's Blog: Gas Barbecue Grill Installations

A gas line to your BBQ grill has many benefits over propane. For one, it is cheaper. Depending on the market, adding a natural gas line could be as much as one third the cost of using a propane grill. Natural gas is also better for the environment because it burns cleaner than propane; it has less exhaust which means healthier food and surrounding air for family and guests. Installing a natural gas line also ensures that you won’t run out of fuel, you’ll always be able to finish cooking your steaks or chicken kabobs

Friday, March 29, 2019

My Georgia Plumber's Blog: Different type of Toilets

A toilet is a toilet right? Not much to consider other than how much does it cost to have a toilet installed in Atlanta and what does it look like? Right? Well there are some other considerations that are equally as important as cost and aesthetics.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

My Georgia Plumber's Blog: Dekalb County Water & Sewage Information

DEKALB COUNTY INEFFICIENT PLUMBING FIXTURES REPLACEMENT PLAN (2008) April 17, 2008 - Revised On February 5, 2008 DeKalb County passed an ordinance affecting every property in unincorporated areas of the County on which there is a building constructed before January 1, 1993. In general, the purpose of the ordinance is to require all such buildings to be retrofitted with water-conserving plumbing fixtures (sometimes called “low flow” plumbing fixtures) at the time they are sold. Set forth below is an explanation of how the new ordinance will work in question and answer format.
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