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Repairing Your Plumbing After a Flood
The immediate danger of Hurricane Harvey has passed, but we are still in the midst of hurricane season. Floridians are preparing for Irma to make landfall, and ...
How to Replace the Splash Guard on a Garbage Disposal
That flappy rubber gasket around your garbage disposal drain can last for years if you clean it regularly and only use your disposal sparingly. But when it ...
Seal the Deal With Proper Plunger Technique
Indoor plumbing has become an indispensable creature comfort, and when it’s suddenly taken away due to a drain clog, it can feel like an instant emergency. Some ...
How to Safely Hook Up Your Washing Machine
A new washing machine can be an expensive but worthwhile investment. When you purchase a brand-new model, you can take advantage of better performance and more ...
Install a Drain Plug in Your Bathtub
The bathtub drain stopper plays an unheralded but important role in the hygiene routines of many Americans. If you exclusively take showers to get clean, you ...
Tips for Expanding Your Shower
Most Americans shower every day. Add it up, and that's a lot of time spent in an enclosed space – so you might as well get comfortable. Unfortunately, home ...
Tubs and Showers
Diagnose Sewer Line Problems with a Camera Inspection
One of the absolute worst places to need plumbing repairs is in the sewer line. That's the main outtake pipe that removes all the used greywater and waste from ...
How to Add a Bathroom to Your Basement
Anyone who comes from a large family can tell you horror stories about waiting in line for the bathroom. Everybody loves to take their time showering, brushing ...
When Do You Need to Hire a Plumber?
There's a fine balance when it comes to plumbing repairs. On the one hand, if you do it yourself, you can save a lot of money, learn something about your home ...
How to Adjust the Sink Stopper in Your Drain Plumbing
The bathroom sink stopper is a handy little gadget, allowing you to fill the basin with water to help with shaving or washing your face. However, like most ...
You Can Be Liable for Unlicensed Plumber Services
Remodeling your bathroom can be a blast. You get to pick from the latest in modern bathroom installations and design your space to align perfectly with your ...
Try a Bio-Digestor for Free Compost, Energy
Here's a novel idea for people into sustainable living: How about installing a bio-digestor in your plumbing? A bio-digestor will collect all the waste from ...
How to Clean Out Your Sink Trap
Are you struggling with a clogged sink? If you're lucky, you can resolve the problem by using a plunger or using a plumbing snake to clear the drain, but a ...
What Do Those Funny Plumbing Noises Mean?
When your plumbing system is working properly, you don't have to think about it. Water comes in, water and waste get removed – that's the end of the story. ...
Diagnose and Fix Problems in Your Floor Drain
Floor drains can be a lifesaver. If you break a pipe or your house floods from an outside source, a drain in the basement floor gives the water away out without ...
A Brief History of Plumbing
Did you take the time to appreciate your toilet today? Some Americans might take their bathrooms for granted, but we've only enjoyed the benefits of indoor ...
Biofilm In Your Plumbing Can Be Hazardous To Your Health
Has it been a while since you’ve cleaned your sinks and showers? You could be putting yourself at risk of biofilm. Biofilm is the sticky goo that turns up on ...
Pipes and Sewers
Does Your Plumbing Meet Building Code Standards?
Just because you own your house doesn't mean you can do anything you want to it. Local building codes detail what you can and can't do to modify your home, and ...
Pipes and Sewers