1. Teamplez

    PEX pipe under joist to be changed to through joist plan

    Good afternoon all, I am finishing my unfinished basement. Its been a slow go. SMH. I have come upon a plumbing issue while finishing my wall framing (See 2854). The PEX is under the joists. I need to be able to put sheetrock on the joists. In order to do so, I am looking to run the PEX...
  2. johnsonnoise

    Copper Pipe Crimp A Problem?

    I had a plumber put in a new valve body since I'm in the midst of a complete tear down of the tub surround. I noticed that the copper line (diverter pipe) that feeds the shower head has some crimps in it. It looks to me like he grabbed it pretty hard with a wrench while sweating everything...
  3. purwatr

    Large Diameter PEX Crimper Advice

    I just wondered if any plumbers on here have tried out the non-electric Zurn large diameter PEX tool? (for 1.25", 1.5", and 2" PEX) I don't need a $2000-2500 tool on each work van all the time and wondered about these non-electric "ratcheting" tools for small, quick jobs? Thanks in advance...
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