I'd say about zero as she'd have water leekage and have mentioned it. She
just replaced all the insulation under the trailer so had it down to bare
wood this past summer. She'd had some freezing problems last winter so
re-winterized the underside this year.
Yes, high wind and that's an interesting one. She's in a trailer and the
skirting is always causing trouble so she just replaced it again for winter.
Some of the old stuff had rotted out (wood, doesnt affect the trailer itself
but abuts it) so she put up new base and some sort of siding. I don't have
the details but she's a pretty savvy lady even if 79 now (grin). If she was
into newsgroups, she'd be all over this place with 30 years of 'house
flipping' experience. Like all of us though, she doesnt know everything and
plumming is a gap for her.
So, the issue may be downline of her I take it? That would explain why it
seems to be transient.
Yup, I've had 49 years to learn how to translate 'Mom-speak' ;-)
commode=bowl in her lexicon
I'm looking a the stuck paper in the P-trap as a possible but normally she'd
use a plunger first thing which I imagine would clear that.
Grin, back from Mom 'You are a gem, now tell all them cute young men
thanks!' (Mom's 79 so all of you qualify ;-)
She's shut the water off to that one and taken the flapper off. It's in her
purse as the generic one from the HD didnt fit. There's this cute young
guy, mid-50's that she's gonna charm up to help her find the right one.
Local plumming supply place. Lordy mighty, knowing Mom, he's gonna be lucky
if he gets away just selling her a flapper! (hehe the ladies will catch on,
guys at that age tend to be a little slow on the uptake).
Thats my Mom! Go girl go!
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