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toilet-leaking-at-base

Topics: Home Plumbing, DIY, Toilet Leaks and Repair

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Toilet leaks aren't anything to panic over, but no one likes walking into the bathroom with dry socks and coming out with wet socks. Toilets that leak at the base are usually an easy fix with some DIY how-to steps.  You can make the repairs you need quickly using this guide that provides you with the reasons behind your toilet leak, the tools you'll need, what to do about the leak, and tips to prevent future toilet leaks. Read More
How to fix a stripped faucet handle in 10 minutes or less

Topics: Home Plumbing, Faucet Repair, DIY

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Does a spinning faucet handle have you spinning your wheels? It’s a common household problem, and it happens with almost all handles over time. The good news is that like a number of sink issues, a DIY faucet handle fix can be completed in just 10 minutes with nothing more than a couple screwdrivers, a wrench, and about $20. And while there are numerous models and types of faucets out there, we’re going to focus on faucet stem replacement of the two-handle variety—in just five easy steps. Read More
PEX vs Copper Piping

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, Pipe Leaks and Repair, Home Plumbing, DIY

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Professional repiping is a great option for homeowners and business owners who want to replace old and outdated pipes. The question now is, what do you repipe with? Today, it often comes down to choosing between copper and PEX piping. While you’re likely familiar with copper, in this blog we’ll look at what PEX piping is, its benefits, and provide some PEX piping installation tips. Read More
Urinal_Maintenance_Is_Essential_At_Your _Commercial_Property

Topics: Commercial Plumbing, DIY

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Knowing how to unclog a urinal is essential knowledge for a commercial property owner. Since urinals are common fixtures of both male and unisex restrooms, a clogged urinal is inevitable. Though it is not a pleasant experience, a malfunctioning urinal in a commercial property needs to be addressed as soon as possible. The blockage and ensuing mess from a clogged urinal not only smells, but also reflects poorly on your company or property.  Read More
Toilet Leak

Topics: Pipe Leaks and Repair, DIY, Toilet Leaks and Repair

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A leaking toilet - one of the most common plumbing problems to plague homeowners - is known to cause house-wide havoc. Not only is it a nuisance, a leak wastes water, increasing your monthly water bill. But, what if you don’t know that you have a leak? How can you detect a silent leak before it causes widespread damage and expensive toilet repairs?  Read More
DIY water heater thermostat replacement

Topics: Water Heaters, DIY

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Occasional water heater repair isn’t uncommon. After all, water heaters are like any other machine that requires routine maintenance from time to time. For instance, if you’re noticing you’re out of hot water or it runs out quickly, your water heater thermostat may be failing. The good thing is most problems can be solved with a simple DIY, saving a little time and money.You can do both by replacing your hot water heater’s thermostat yourself! Luckily, it’s a simple fix!  Read More