There are some instances dating back to midieval times some of the castles had some versions of hot and cold running water (lead pipes) with flushing toilets. As per History channel.I want to know about the first totally plumbed house: hot and cold running water and full sanitation.
I think it was built by a famous poet in NYC, but can't find written proof.
I don't know for sure, I would guess that it came as soon as the politicians/ kings or rulers of the time realized they could charge a fee--TAX such a thing. After all money is the mother of all invention right?:yes:I do have some questions and might as well ask
1) What year was it when the first plumbing license was issued?
2) What state was the first to offer a plumbing license or did the "plumbing license" start as a county thing?
Anyone know or into plumbing history?
I think Kentucky started enforcing it around '92.
Thomas Crapper invented the first wash-down water closet. . . Hence the name "crap" haha.
Dang it's too early, I gotta meet up with the inspector today!
Tim House is a very cool fellow, I have met him, and actually got a dip of skoal off of him when I took my journeyman's, hahaha.
Yea Dunbar, I got the little magazine in the mail and was gonna go to that dang thing, but was covered up. .