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Plumbing Supplies


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Plumbing Supplies

  2. 2. Plumbing Supplies<br />are lists that includes the parts that might be needed to install a plumbing system. Thus, these parts include chemicals, faucets, valves, and more…<br />
  3. 3. In choosing plumbing supplies, saving money is not always the Best Choice!<br />There are several different ways to approach saving money on your plumbing supplies depending on the project you have in mind and what you budget is like. <br />You can of course go to your local hardware store and deal with the prices they charge, but your chances of getting a good deal are relatively slim.<br />
  4. 4. There are the discount hardware superstores that often have low prices on many of the supplies you are going to need, but at the same time you might find that other prices are relatively high to compensate for the ones that you got as a bargain.<br />Finally you can look online at the number of sites that sell any number of plumbing supplies at prices you are not likely to find anywhere else. However, you need to very careful how you shop.<br />Whether you are building your own home or simply taking care of some repairs yourself, you need to research the different plumbing supplies you are going to need very carefully.<br />It is fine to try and save a little money on your supplies, but at the same time because you are dealing with your home's water supply you need to make sure that you do not opt for the type of cheap parts that will cause you problems later on.<br />
  5. 5. Plumbing Supplies include the parts that might be needed to install a plumbing system:<br />Pipe Fittings & Nipples<br />Pipe Fittings & Nipples include copper fittings, PVC Fittings, Cast Iron Fittings, black malleable fittings, galvanized malleable fittings, brass fittings, black nipples, brass nipples, and galvanized nipples.<br />
  6. 6. Valves<br />Ball Valves, Gate Valves, Vacuum Breakers, Check Valves, Sillcocks, and Boiler Drains. <br />
  7. 7. Backflow Preventers<br />Backflow prevention protects potable water systems from potential hazards. There are over 10,000 reported cases of backflow contamination each year. Backflow devices are required by law where needed and must be installed in accordance with plumbing or building codes.<br />