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The 'What did you do in your workshop tonight?' thread

pawnshopmike

Staff member
After the coldest, wettest spring I can remember, we are finally making some good progress on our house. Hopefully the plumbing rough in and the temporary electrical passes inspection this morning. Then we can pour the floor and finally start nailing some sticks together. It’s been a long slow process getting to this point.

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dhal22

GSN Sponsor Tier 1
After the coldest, wettest spring I can remember, we are finally making some good progress on our house. Hopefully the plumbing rough in and the temporary electrical passes inspection this morning. Then we can pour the floor and finally start nailing some sticks together. It’s been a long slow process getting to this point.

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Walk on your drain pipes, any sag and compaction underneath is insufficient. SLEEVE your pex penetrations through the slab. Now is an excellent time to consider a continuous hot water loop for recirculation. Pex is cheap.
 
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