Bathroom

Unclogging Your Drains

Home-Depot : 30 January, 2013 8:46 pm : bathroom, plumbing

If you have any kind of plumbing system in your home, then you will no doubt have dealt with a clogged drain at some point. A clogged drain can happen in the various rooms of your home, such as the kitchen or the bathroom. In the event of a blocked drain, you should know what the cause could be and what you can do to fix it. For those suffering from a clogged drain either in the kitchen or bathroom, you need to call a professional, you should call a reputable plumbing service company that you can trust.

Bathroom Clogs

Clogs in the bathroom sinks and shower are also very common. These clogs are often times caused by too much hair in the pipe. Substances like dirt, toothpaste, and soap residue can also buildup in the pipes, causing problems in the plumbing. Clogs or blockages can also occur in the toilet of your bathroom, due to something like excess toilet paper or objects getting flushed. more »

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Fixing A Broken Flush Valve

Home-Depot : 22 January, 2013 11:31 pm : bathroom, plumbing

Working Toilet Parts

A jiggling toilet, leaking pipes, and a clogged bowl are just some of the problems that households encounter with improperly installed toilets. Plumbers often have enough knowledge to put these problems in their place, but little do most households know that they can repair these just as easily. Plumbers are often just a luxury afforded by many. Repairs can be done with the help of the internet and well placed hand with tools to use. So get started in toilet repair and here’s how to repair a toilet with a leaking valve.

Leaking toilets are often an irritating and messy problem. Flush valves are often made of rubber and some are made by more durable materials to last longer against chlorine and other materials. Before you do anything else, open the tank and inspect to see if this valve is really the one leaking. You can say that it is leaking if the tank is refilling more often as it should. If this is your problem leak, you will also be able to hear a trickling sound when the water from the tank is transferred to the toilet. more »

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