Shihadeh Contracting, LLC.

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How long does it take for water to stop dripping at the faucet after the main shutoff valve is applied?
Jan 13, 2017
It depends on the faucet and whether the faucet has an aereator. Even when the valve is turned into the off positions, there is still some residual water in the faucet, and aereator. Once all of the w ... read more
I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?

Mike Goldberg of RestoreCore PRO answered:

Jul 21, 2016
You need to consult the local building and zoning department.  Changing means of egress may not be allowed or may require a permit.

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