Plumbing: Tips, Data, and Rules of Thumb

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 16, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 770 pages
The single most complete source of information available to plumbers

Here's an on-the-job field handbook you’ll want to store in your truck, office, toolbox.--anyplace close at hand when you need a plumbing solution FAST! Plumbing: Tips, Data, and Rules of Thumb serves up the vast skill and expertise of R. Dodge Woodson, a master plumber with more than 20 years experience in the field. Writing with the clarity, completeness, and confidence of a hands-on expert, Mr. Woodson provides an invaluable one-stop resource for everyone involved in the plumbing trade. He tackles just about every plumbing topic imaginable, from clogged drains to electric motors. You get useful data on current code considerations, money-saving remodeling pointers, and troubleshooting techniques. Whether you need to tone up your estimating skills, could use a hand with sizing plumbing systems, or need some special insights into private well and septic systems -- you’ll find it all in this guide. Hundreds of graphics and tables help provide quick, easy answers to just about any on-the-job plumbing problem you’ll ever come across.

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R. Dodge Woodson is the owner of Advanced Plumbing and a licensed master plumber and licensed master gasfitter with over 25 years of field experience. He has written many best-selling books for McGraw-Hill and has served as adjunct faculty for Central Maine Technical College as an instructor of both plumbing code classes and plumbing apprentice classes. Woodson has been called America's plumber and is well known internationally for his expertise in the trade.

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