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Discussion in 'Plumbing Forum' started by Ian Howe, Mar 9, 2019.
Discuss Pipes through boards thoughts in the Plumbing Forum area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.
10mm pipes for radiator going to underfloor, acceptable or not?
Apart from it been 10mm, there is nothing wrong with doing it that way. Just be careful when bashing the hoover around
Not sure what the beef is with it? Is it because there is more than one hole and the sawdust debris being left there?
As always I fear there is more to this question.
Was it case of replacing radiators?
No real "beef" it's just the hole is fraction larger than the pipe, thought you might need it a bit bigger for expansion?
Rest easy that will be fine.
Doesn’t expand that much else it would lift your rads off the wall
Are you relaying carpet? If so I wouldn’t worry. By the look of it the job isn’t finished yet anyway based on the woodshavings still on the floor
Job was finished, lifted carpet and boards to have a look as both valves were weeping where the reducers fitted.
I wouldn’t worry about the holes. Those reducers are naff but I’d be hacked off that they just lay carpet over rubbish
When will you learn Riley - 'Real Men' don't do clearing up ! Ask any spark
You’ve contradicted yourself mate. Real men?
Can you call a spark a real man?
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