I finished up my plumbing install recently. I did it all back to copper. I figure that will force me to be a more diligent winterizer.
I installed shut off valves at the water heater, a pressure gauge and anti-hammer device as upgrades to the original. I also bought red
gate valves to indicate hot and cold under the kitchen and rear bath sinks.
The next step is to buy the water pump. The old one is kinda cute but it reminds me of something the professor might have rigged up.
I have my eye on Surflow but wondered if anyone has any experience with the chip sensor unit rated at 5.7 gpm.
Are the 4-6 GPM units too much flow ? I really just wanted the pressure to be good and flow to be consistent so wanted the higher flow rate. These sensor types boast no need for an accumulator. Do accumulators make that much difference, mine is a 15-16 foot run. They rated water pressure at 65 psi.
Also, are there any other brand pumps with differing volumes besides these that anyone has that they are enamored with
. Any suggestions ?