Category: Bathroom Plumbing Tips

How to Choose a New Toilet

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When it comes to designing your home, one of the forgotten, yet very important aspects, is picking out a toilet. Various commodes work to accommodate a wide array of individuals’ needs. For efficiency’s sake, 1.6 gallons per flush is the standard all toilets in the United States are currently held to. Since this standard is

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How to Handle Water Damage from a Backed Up Toilet

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Toilet backed up? Sewage all over your bathroom floor? Learn from experts how to handle water damage from a backed-up toilet and how to save your floors. What Causes Toilets to Back Up? When toilets back up, they usually do so for one of two reasons. Either it’s a local clog, meaning the toilet itself

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Why Are My Cold Water Faucet Filters Clogged?

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Why Are My Cold Water Faucet Filters Clogged with Small Yellow and Orange Balls? If your water faucet aerators are clogged (and the water is coming out slowly), you may be surprised when you replace the filters to find tiny colored balls inside the filter. What are these little colored beads and why are they

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The Real Cost of Water Damage

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The Real Cost of Water Damage It's a tough pill to swallow: if left untreated, water damage costs can be immensely high. Damage caused by floods, a broken water line or hidden water leak can run tens of thousands of dollars, and if insurance gets involved, it’s very likely that your home owner’s insurance premium

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Is It Mold or Mildew? Health Problems Caused by Water Damage

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Is It Mold or Mildew? A Review of Health Problems Caused by Water Damage You've stumbled on a fungus growing in your home, but don't know what it is. Your husband says it's mildew, but your neighbor says it's mold. What's the difference? Does it even matter? How do you get rid of it? Can

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