If you are building a new house, boiler-room, renovating your home or thinking of installing a piped water system, you might need to consider the pipes you will use for sewerage and heating in the first place. And it is advised to do it carefully as your best investment are the pipes which are durable and of a high quality.
If your home already has a central heating system, chances are that simply adding a new duct run to the existing system will be the easiest and most cost-effective choice.
Combustion danger is greater in older home
Four years ago, my wife and I moved into our smallish condo in a 1950s, 12-unit building in San Francisco. Over the past few years, several units in the building have been remodeled, including bathrooms and kitchens. New toilets, tubs and showers, sinks and dishwashers have been installed. Could air have gotten in the pipes during the remodelings?