We gave this cloakroom W.C. a full make over. It had previously been quite basic as many of these rooms are. It was only part tiled with plain white tiles, a tiny wash hand basin on brackets and a close coupled toilet. It was functional but unattractive.
Friday, 30 January 2015
This is the incoming water supply in the basement of a commercial premises in Liverpool city centre. It is 108mm copper pipe. There was a further 1 metre section of 108mm copper connected to the outlet of the gate valve which we disconnected. The cost to join onto this large bore copper tube with copper or brass fittings was prohibitive so we had to come up with an alternative solution.
We've recently routed the outgoing pipework from this manifold to the five units within the building
It's been done in continuous lengths using 22mm Tectite metal pipe with just some copper by the meters.
Posted by Paul Dooley at 01:33