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Architecture Puzzler #420
PVC (polyvinyl chloride) water piping is made of synthetic resins and is often used in construction since it is lighter and cheaper than copper piping. What are some of the disadvantages of PVC water piping?
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Architecture Puzzler #419
Imagine that you knew nothing about electricity and, when visiting your new home under construction, you asked your electrician to explain to you the term "electrical current." How would she describe this term?
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PVC piping at a concrete pool construction site.
Photo: Bill Jacobus
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