Running a water line for the fridge…

So I just bought a new fridge and I need to get a copper water line ran to it. I had a plumber today come by and quote 330-350? I think to do it.. It seems a little pricey just for one small copper line….

Just curious if anyone would shed light on the cost and/or difficulty to do this.
well, we got a new fridge last year and installed it ourselves (seemed easy) but then water went everywhere

we just got a good friend who knows plumbing to do it…he was done in less than 5 minutes

Question for the plumbing inclined

So I bought a apartment-turned-condo a while back, and once I moved in I noticed something wrong with the faucet in the bathtub. It’s one of those pull out to turn on, twist to adjust temperature ones. I noticed sometimes when I’d push it to turn off the flow, I’d still get a trickle of water coming out. Upon closer inspection, I noticed the metal surround thing around the knob was quite a bit bent … at that point I had a limited home warranty, and called in a plumber. He took things apart, hmm’ing and ah’ing the entire time. Turns out, the contractors who refurnished the tub had used a valve (I guess that’s what it’s called, the metal part that connects to the pipe in the wall that controls the water flow) that was too short for the depth of the wall/tub. So to counteract this, they banged on the surround to try and get the knob to recess as far as possible to make it not leak. At one point I bought a new knob and surround to try and fix things, but noticed that if I installed it by the instructions and screwed the knob in all the way, the water was on like half-way all the time. Instead of being flush with the surround just outside the wall, it’s like it needed to be flush with like half an inch into the wall.

Multiple head showers

I want to do something like this in my home…. What do I need to know?

Water pressure- is there a way to increase it?
Parts: Cheap links?
Part Recs?
Keeping it clean (does that shower auto spray work?)

Anything else I need to know? I think these things look fucking sexy and could add a lot to the resale (if i keep it clean, etc)

My parents just redid their shower with mutliple heads. It has a main head, handel and three body jets. Its amazing showering in it, but their is a loss of pressure when usin the jets

clogged toilet

Our upstairs toilet has been clogged for two days. I’ve been using a ball-type plunger, draino, and gallons of hot water but it still won’t flush completely. The water goes down but it doesn’t "flush" if you know what I mean. What else can I do besides call a plumber?
since the water is still making it down, plunge it when there is water in the bowl, keep plunging and keep flushing. eventually the blockage will clear because it istn a total block. any ideas as to what is stuck?

under the sink water filtration systems

Anyone have one they would recommend? Also I have a water softener does this mean I would have to replace filters more often?
I’ve had an American Plumber R/O system for almost 10 years now. I liked mine so much, I bought one for my parents about 6 years ago… they love theirs too. I also have mine hooked up to the refrigerator, so all of my ice is made from purified water… you’ve never seen ice cubes so crystal clear.
The water from my system tastes so fresh and clean, most bottled waters taste like a fishtank by comparison. I’m a HUGE water drinker… I don’t drink coffee, I don’t drink soda… my R/O system is in constant use and I find that the replacement parts last FAR longer than recommended… like at least 2X, or 3X as long. A simple ppm meter, available on Ebay for under $20, is used to test the efficiency of your system.