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Like so many things in life, you get what you pay for. Inexpensive vitrous china bowls from China, Mexico, Spain and elsewhere are available from the big box stores and local plumbing boutique stores. Beware, however, of what you buy.
A past client of mine found out the hard way and it cost her over $700 to correct the problem. Vitrous china bowls are glazed and MUST have either a sticker on them stating what American or Canadian safety standard they have passed or have manufacturer's documentation stating what American or Canadian safety standard they have passed. For tempered glass vessels (bowls that sit on top of the counter like in the picture at the top of this newsletter) there is a Canadian safety standard they must pass. Plumbing inspectors check for this. Don't fail an inspection needlessly.
If you have specific questions, please call me at 561-795-2551 or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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On a Personal Note...
He did it. Whoo-hoo! My son has passed the Florida Bar exam and has been sworn in as an attorney.
Todd PerryLeading Edge Homes, Inc.
729 Cindy Drive
Wellington, Florida 33414