Atlanta Housing Authority

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I just change my water heater, it is 50 gallons big, the thermostat is on letter "c" one level less that very hot. Why water gets cold in the middle of shower?
Feb 20, 2017
Yes, contact the installer. Hae them check it. Just from the sound, it could be anything from a bad heating element, malfunctioning thermostat, to being plumbed backward, to name a few. Either way som ... read more
For a six-foot retaining wall, do you recommend concrete or blocks? If blocks, what kind of products do you recommend?
Feb 3, 2015
In Georgia a wall retaining over 48" grade requires an engineers stamp. You might consider terracing and have two or more lower retaining walls. Be aware of hydrostatic pressure and provide adequate w ... read more

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