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Originally Posted by Boxster
I am seeing less and less contractor taking pride in what they do.
Unfortuentely, it's not just contractors. I see this more and more everywhere, everyday. I find it truely saddening.
scorch marks aside Boxster
Things are looking nice! I'm glad you were able to make the plumbing work out in the room, i think it'll make things MUCH easier for you! Are you only going to have cold water in there? The only reason I ask is for when you're making RO
water in the winter months. How cold does your tap water get? In the winter I have to supply my RO
unit with both hot and cold water to get a room temp supply. My straight cold water in the winter can get in the low 40s. This causes the RO
unit to run EXTREMELY slow. if thats a possibility for you as well you might want to think ahead about how you can handle that. I know they make inline "on-demand" water heaters. Basicaly its under the sink and heats the water electrically as you use the water. Don't know what your budget is or if cold water is even an issue... just tossin out more thoughts!