It's just a matter of time, that cop will turn his gun on himself.
HT, Sounds like a hassle free warranty. Plus the dealership can ensure that truck has been maintained properly. Keeping resale values up.
Seems like if ya go new, leasing is your thing, as long as you can afford to keep leasing after trade in.
Why own when you can have new forever?!
Apart from filters and oil changes, have you had to use your warranty, or total maintenance package?
Wear items, not covered.
Damage you did yourself, not covered.
Labour to fix your damage/wear items, not covered.
How has it saved you cash so far? Total saved/ not spent?
Check eBay for fixtures and deals.
Or as said before buy everything from plumbing supply places like Andrew sherat (sp?)
As for going to 3/4 lines throughout your house; your plumbing system will have a presure drop since you'll increase the flow without increasing the presure.
Think more water but slower.
I am doing a basement gut and looked into upgrading all my lines to 3/4. (its 3/4 at the main supply down to 1/2 after the s/o valve.)
After I looked into it I'm sticking w the same sizes.
So what did u decide on for that first hit?
Did ya move that wicked framed jump back 3+ ft or what?
Updated trail shots please.
30% dh biking
10% pumptrack riding
20% basement suite building
Trail work took a massive this year, down to near zip.
Basement suite will enable me to afford living detached, and central in the lower mainland.
Once thats established I'll get back to trail work.
You live there.
You pay to live there.
Legally you owe.
Since you attempted to pay, consistently and on time;
Could catch a break from your landlord. It's up to them.
It's best to cooperate with your landlord and them cooperate with you.
You could spread the missed/uncashed payment over four months so it's affordable.
Or take them to court over one months rent, sour the relationship, and possibly be terminated as a tenant.
Not because of this issue. But as a landlord, there are several undisputable reasons to evict a tenant.
Ex) the landlord will be using your unit as their main residence.
Try to work it out. You can't expect to live somewhere for free.