Welcome Everyone To The Ultimate Plumbing Blog On The Internet! Yes, I'm not going to lie to you but when it comes to having solid knowledge of the plumbing trade, you really have to get it from a seasoned plumber like me, who knows just about everything there's to know in the plumbing trade. Yeah Right? Please don't buy into this lie because only Jesus knows everything about plumbing. Perhaps you didn't know but the plumbing trade is actually the mother of all trades! Why? Well, simply because since man discovered, that what comes out of our tale pipe needs to go far away from us; the need to know how to became a race through the centuries. By 1596 John Harington invented the first flush toilet for Queen Elizabeth the first. In 1883 John Michael Kholer created his first cast iron bathtub. Two years later the water closet was designed by Fredrick Humpherson. By 1891 the acceptance of the WC created a huge sewage problem, as European cities choked up to the brim with filth like in the city of London; who's three rivers including its streets were full of human excrement. Now, because of this Unhealthy Crappy Event, we ended up with the modern sewer system. Four decades later in 1930, hygiene guidelines and sanitary plumbing were given their due importance. By the mid-thirties, uniform plumbing codes were legislated along with acceptable manufacturing standards for plumbing products. In 1937 Alfred Moen, an American Inventor, invents the first single handle mixer tap. Mr. Moen got the idea after scalding his hands with hot water from a two-handle faucet. Even today, hot water heaters have a T and P valve. This valve was introduced in the thirties by the Watts regulator company, who keeps your water heater safe from possible accidents caused by high pressure of temperature.
Alfred Moen, an American inventor, in 1937 invents the first single handle mixer tap. He was inspired to create this mixer after scalding his hands with hot water from a two-handle faucet. Even today, hot water heaters are all equipped with an essential device called the ‘T and P’ valve. This valve was introduced in the thirties by the Watts regulator company and keeps your water heaters safe from possible accidents caused by high pressure of temperature. The history of plumbing is a very long one indeed, and the hardware we all use has been developed since the beginning of man kind. The past 100 years have been full of innovation, today we have Eco=friendly products like Noritz tank-less water heaters, and The Ultimate Shower Experience by GROHE. Looking into the future, seems like our collective mind wants to live in Cyberspace, and what's coming is the Automation on such products like commodes or advanced shower systems. Today everything runs through the internet, and whether we believe it or not we're all in one way or another plugged right into the Matrix. Soon automation is going to take over which means only one thing, we're pushing the envelope by adding AI to products that can enhance our quality of living. There's still a lot of room for improvement, specially in too Many Undeveloped Nations where inadequate sewage systems, sadly crate negative collateral effects in the overall health of the general population. My personal take on the issue of plumbing is quite simple but is one man's opinion. Today after years of observation I have my own ideas that I'm sure, will help to upgrade the amazing plumbing trade even better. Perhaps in 1857 when Joseph Getty discovered that we all have to clean-up good after using the water closet, that's when he came up with he's toilet paper idea which he sold under the tagline "The greatest necessity of the age! Gayetty's medicated paper for the water-closet." Or how about when in 1857 when Thomas Twyford a Pottery manufacturer in England created the single piece, ceramic flush toilet the same year, water haters are first seen in private homes. How grateful I am to my heavenly father, for sending me here to this beautiful world in these last days of modern technology, and how grateful I am for also being an American who happened to discover part of he's mission in the plumbing trade. I'm sure that is why I was chosen to develop the great domain of mylocalplumber, so that this great domain would fulfill the measure of its creation.
I said in the beginning that this is the best plumbing blog on the internet, and I will prove this to you by sharing information that as a home owner, without a doubt will help you avoid having to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars; in unnecessary plumbing repairs by just keeping the system upgraded and always in top-notch working condition. Love to travel in time? "HISTORY OF THE PLUMBING TIMELINE" Okay, th
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