I recently came across a problem that is fairly common in remodeling kitchens. A client remodeled their home after 35 years and ended up with a nicer, under mount sink. The sink bottom ended up about 4″ lower than the previous one too, so the connections to the wall needed to adjusted to make it all work. This usually comes as a surprise to everyone and if your kitchen cabinets have backs it can be a real problem to fix. If you are gutting the kitchen, always lower the sink drain. Shit goes down hill The first rule of plumbing…
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We are working on setting up our systems for our clients. We have a great idea and a great place to start, I just need to free up the staff to make it happen.
Surround yourself with people you love and have fun. The rest is gravy. Paul Tillotson (1965 -2016)
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