R. E. D. Plumbing, Inc

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I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Sep 1, 2016
If it's solid red it might be indicating a tripped GFCI, if it's flashing it might be defective. When I say might it's because not all GFCI-s have the same type of light or color. Some are lit when o ... read more
I have trim boards to install that will cap over exposed block foundation. What ways should I attach these? They will be primed and painted when installed.
Jul 15, 2016
So that I can better answer your question, can you further explain what you mean when you say "cap over". I am thinking that perhaps you are referringĀ to theĀ horizontal trim piece between your siding ... read more

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