In order to repair mobile home plumbing, you need to locate the leak first. Be sure to turn on the water to find it faster. You need pliers or vice grips, a hacksaw, replacement pipes and solvent cement to complete the r... More »

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Manufactured homes do come with plumbing, but the plumbing is not built to the same standards as a site-built home. The difference is generally in the material used, the location and venting systems. More »

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Oakwood mobile homes are available for sale through Oakwood Homes of Greenville, South Carolina, Oakwood Homes of Asheville, and of Shelby, North Carolina, and home centers accessible at OakwoodHomes.com, as of 2015, sta... More »

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A tub spout leak is one of the most insidious of all plumbing leaks because the primary drip area is inside the wall, where it is difficult to spot until considerable damage has occurred. The spout threads corrode or cra... More »

Plumbers can check water meter readings to diagnose a leak, but most plumbers focus on finding leaks and performing plumbing repairs, not reading meters. Any homeowner can read his or her own meter by checking the box, a... More »

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The lawsuit regarding Pex plumbing products alleges that Pex's manufacturer Zurn designed, manufactured and distributed plumbing fittings that prematurely degrade and leak, causing corrosive damage to property. According... More »

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A typical pool leak --such as a leak in the pool's plumbing -- costs an average of $350 to repair, depending on the actual work involved. Average pool repairs in general cost between $251 to $878. They can be as much as ... More »

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