Thanks again for the info. I Appreciate the Advice.
Kinda hard to remove the tar because you have to heat it to become fluid, then you can scrape it up. You might put down a skim coat of concrete but what's
I would suspect that the threads inside the valve bonnet are corroded to the point, that a direct replacement is necessary. Get hold of your water department
I need some advice on how to repair the floor in my garage. For some reason the previous owner tarred over the cement and its starting to crack and fall
The supply main into the my house is a grayish (iron??) pipe with a small gate valve on it.
The house isn't old (built 1999) but I never turn the
Will be out of town until next week and take a look at it then. I appreciate your time and help and will keep you posted. At least where I will be going
Some of your questions are going to be dictated by your state laws but as a rule....
Any supplier of product to your property most likely
As usual your advice is a great help. I just have a couple more things to ask about. First, I read about sub contractors going after homeowners
Thank you very much for looking that up for me. I may try the disassembly when my wife has no cooking plans, although she says it is easier to use a match
The start date is pretty easy to word in there, you both pick a date and set it, leeway can always be given by (for example in the contract), two weeks