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Tankless hot water heater benefits. Reasons why a tankless hot water heater is a home improvement idea to consider.
Published by Roberta Baxter 87 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +26 votes | 16 comments
How to unclog various household drains such as sinks, toilets, tubs, and main sewer laterals.
Published by Daniel Snyder 83 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +24 votes | 7 comments
Bathtubs and bathroom sinks have had overflow protection since the very beginning, but not the toilet. If you are like most people, you have probably wondered why that was so, especially after an overflow that left you tip toeing through human waste to retrieve your Plumber's Helper from the garage. My son, with seven children who were constantly trying to flush toys, partially eaten apples, or some other toilet clogging object found himself in this situation more often than he cares to remember...
Published by Jerry Walch 75 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +19 votes | 7 comments
How to install an anti-sweat mixing valve to prevent condensation from forming on the outside of your toilet tank.
Published by Daniel Snyder 84 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +16 votes | 5 comments
One of the more frightening sights you will see is the rising water in your toilet bowl after you flush. A clogged and overflowing toilet can cause a lot of damage if it is not fixed quickly and plumbers can be an expensive solution when it’s an emergency. This article will provide useful imformation concerning toilet clogs and resources that you can use to make an educate choice.
Published by Daniel Snyder 74 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +15 votes | 3 comments
How to replace a damaged or leaking hot water heater drain valve with a brass drain valve or full-port ball valve.
Published by Daniel Snyder 83 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +15 votes | 3 comments
Composite pipe is similar to PEX tubing with one major difference, it has an aluminum lining and can be used in far more applications.
Published by Jerry Walch 92 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +15 votes | 2 comments
How to repair the seals and o-rings in a single handle lever-type washing machine supply faucet.
Published by Daniel Snyder 78 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +13 votes | 2 comments
Clogged drain lines are something everyone has encountered at one time or another, but unlike some other home maintenance problems, drain clogs usually build up slowly over time. Slow draining sinks, toilets, and tubs are a sign that there is some sort of blockage in your drain line. It may be a minor problem that can be fixed with a plunger, or it could be a larger problem that requires the use of chemical drain cleaners or even professional help from a plumber.This article will provide useful ...
Published by Daniel Snyder 73 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 0 comments
The design of tankless water heaters increases the maintenance requirements over traditional hot water heaters, especially when it comes to the build up of scale inside the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger is where the water is heated by the hot gases inside the unit. Depending on the water quality in your area, mineral deposits can form on the interior surface of the heat exchanger and reduce its efficiency. Descaling is a procedure used to remove this build up which can be performed by the h...
Published by Daniel Snyder 76 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 4 comments
The pros and cons to pressure assisted toilets compared to traditional gravity-fed toilets to determine if they are the right choice for you.
Published by Daniel Snyder 78 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 1 comments
How to remove a bathtub for a bathroom renovation.
Published by Daniel Snyder 85 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 2 comments
Hot water hater manufactured between 1993 and 1997 had defective plastic dip tube that crumbled and dissolved over time. The broken dip tubes cause the loss of hot water pressure and the cause of the water not getting hot enough.
Published by Jerry Walch 93 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 2 comments
Sweat soldering copper pipe is a basic skill that every DIY has to learn. Sweat soldering can be mastered after a couple of hours of practice.
Published by Jerry Walch 93 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +12 votes | 5 comments
Water damage in the home that is left unchecked can become one of the costliest repair jobs in your life. Many of the causes of water damage stem from plumbing problems, but other sources are exterior surfaces and HVAC equipment. The best way a homeowner can avert a major water damage repair is to be proactive and correct problems before they arise. This article will list some of the most common problems that can lead to water damage.
Published by Daniel Snyder 71 months ago in Plumbing, Leaks & Faucets | +11 votes | 0 comments
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