Anyone recommend a good plumbing book - basically want to know how to change
rads, flush the system to clear the sludge...Don't know much about plumbing
so would need good diagrams/pics to help!
P.S. I noticed amazon do the B&Q Diy book cheaper than B&Q ... Mmmmm
How true, when you're up to your whatsit in a tricky situation the net is
not an ideal source of info.
I bought my daughter the Collins DIY book... now when she rings me up with a
diy question I refer her to to page xxx :-)
The '"Which" book of Plumbing & Central Heating' is good as a starting
point. I put in central heating with it's help, not having done it
You'd need something better for finer details like handling lead
pipe/sheet, or for more technical stuff on alternative systems etc.
I have the Which? Guide to Plumbing and Heating (at least I think
that's what it's called) It was good enough for me to be able to
install a complete central heating system from scratch. Certainly
worth taking a look at.
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