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Your waste plumbing is done in 4″ sewer pipe which feeds into the sewerage. Your other fixtures will feed into that in their relative sizes. Toilets are plumbed straight into the 4″ sewer pipe while baths and sinks and showers etc. are in 2″ pipe and have to be reduced to go into the sewer pipe. The exception is the bathroom vanity sink which is usually 1 1/2″ pipe. All this piping is in the easy to use plastic so you can cut it with a fine hand saw and glue it together with same tools as the cold water pipe. Once you get into it it is really quite fun and very satisfying to see your plumbing all working. Make sure you do a water leak test before you put all your tools away as you may need to tighten a joint or two.
The hot water is best in 1/2″ copper pipe and you don’t need the gas and fittings that the plumbers use. There is screw up fittings you can use so with a couple of wrenches you can soon have your hot water in. You will need a tube cutter for giving your pipe a neat cut so that the fittings will be leak free. There is the same range of fittings as the cold piping so you can plumb anywhere. One advantage of copper is that it is flexible and you can bend it a little to get a better fit. Make sure all your pipes are held securely with brackets quite often so you don’t get that knocking when the tap is turned on.
Dirt is one of those items that always seems to be everywhere in the house. During the summer it’s easier to keep it under control with daily or weekly cleaning. During the school year the amount of time to clean will be reduced. This means that you will want to try to limit the amount of dirt that comes into your home. Two ways this can be done is be placing a doormat at the entrances for your home for family members and guests to wipe their feet before entering, or ask them to remove their shoes before entering the home.
First, Craigslist is a must-do. Craigslist gets massive amounts of local Internet surfers looking for plumbing home like housekeepers, pet sitters, handymen, plumbers, carpet cleaners, etc. Yes, there are lots of housekeepers already advertising there, but if you take the time to write a grammatically correct ad with specific reasons that you are worth hiring, you will get calls and emails. A photo of yourself helps to build trust with your prospects. Also, a discount of 15% for all new clients gives your prospects a sense of urgency to contact you as soon as possible.
Upon arriving at the hospital, his family greeted me with hugs and a warm welcome. I went to Bill’s bed side. He greeted me in the familiar way. Then, he asked his family to leave the room. He wanted to speak to me privately. They obliged him.
This is where having a fan page comes in handy. You can easily communicate your marketing message to the masses faster, easier and certainly cheaper than newsprint or radio.