This black oily or paraffin type stuff sometimes comes through my hot water line in the second story. Have talked to the water company. They say it isn't them or th... See more
HELP!! We have an outdoor water faucet that is leaking terribly. We tried getting a new hose thinking that was it.
We tried removing the piece seen at the bottom of the faucet since it is leaking from the top of that piece. It would not unscrew,it would not tighten- actually spray... See more
The sink started dripping several weeks ago. It has gotten worse as time goes by. Now it's dripping a drip every 5 seconds. How do I fix this problem? Do I need t... See more
How do I unclog a backed up drain
When one is replacing the three part PVC sink trap... what should one secure or lightly secure first... tried it once ,but it still leals from where it goes into the ... See more
When I flush my toilet, it seems to run forever! WASTING A LOT OF WATER
What is the best way to winterize the outside water spigots and interior pipes? Is there anything specific that needs to be done to the interior pipes to prevent fre... See more
I have a shower in the basement and the contractor let the tile guy tile it before the plumber came and there is no pitch on the base and water stays in the base of t... See more
Would it be less expensive and trouble to replace with new or repair the old one if possible?
Who do I call.
This only happens when you first turn either the hot or cold water on, or both, and after you run the water for a little, it clears up. How can I fix this?
Not along ago, our kitchen faucet started losing water pressure. Sometimes, after it runs for a couple of minutes, the pressure will get better, but not a good as it... See more
When I run my faucet in the kitchen. Water is leaking under my sink, What could be the problem?
I've been told I have 3 types of pipe in my crawl space - galvanized, PVC and copper. Will this cause any issues? Do I need to get it changed out?
I need a good drain cleaner
See the white plastic piece in the middle, inner part of Mansfield Flush Valve?? Can I replace with a rubber flapper?
There are three tank covers are in a row. And, the system has to be checked every six months, which means easy access is a must.
My dad has been at his new house for about 5-6 years. We installed a new faucet when we moved in, but the water has eaten through it pretty badly. I will be moving ba... See more
In the 3rd floor bathroom faucet the water has dirty locker-room smell every time the water is run. I changed out supply lines, changed out trap (boy, that was nasty ... See more
this is not a ring in the bowl, but around the rim. What can i do to remove it
I need to work on my kitchen faucets but I can't shut off the water because the shutoff valves are frozen and will not turn. Does anyone know how I can get these to t... See more