I have a small hole about pencil-thick-sized in the inside wall of my bathtub which I think is fiberglass, thin type plastic molded have had it for years since we ins... See more
My sink drains very slowly because of grease build up used a drain eel but too much grease went through and put a little hole through it only can’t get all the grea... See more
Hi,I'm a new member to this forum. I hope everyone is enjoying this new year. I'm here to find a solution to my problem. I'm facing continuous problems with my plumbi... See more
In early December, a plumber fixed a drip coming from the hot water knob on my shower. He removed the small part that needed to be replaced, went to Lowe's which is 5... See more
The toilet will run a short burst of water, refilling itself a bit. Does this imply a leak, or just tightening of levers or screws?
My hot water in kitchen barely comes out the facet. Same in bathroom. I've taken off the screens,but it is still running slow. What else can I do to unclog the pipes?
In my master bathroom my feed lines come up through the floor, ughhh... It is making shopping for a new vanity very difficult. None of the vanities come drilled with ... See more
Are they certain size? I have seen the white and black PVC. I also have a vent pipe the over flows under the sink. There are two vent pipes on the roof so why would ... See more
When I turn off the hot water at my kitchen sink the pipes bang. What to do?
It looks as if the plastic one was misthreaded - I have tried WD40 and every sort of wrench or pliers but to no avail - any ideas as to how I can get the old plastic ... See more
I have a mid-century 1950 bath tub that desparetely needs to be restore. It is built in so impossible to remove for restoration.
The faucet worked for about 6 weeks now I have no water. I have water everywhere else.
I have a Delta faucet in my bathroom. It is not calcified in there just has no more insides because it is so stripped. Any ideas?
I'm trying to make a product to work on a septic tank.
I want to remove the pot filler above my stove. Ideas? Thanks!
The pipe where water is running out comes straight down through the floor, running to the ground. I turned the main water off at the meter and it slowed down to a dr... See more
This isn't terribly exciting, but I need some advice on re-finishing this tub drain. It is funky! For some reason the tub refinishers we hired didn't address it. Than... See more
How do I remove old caulk from 1960's porcelain bathtub. It is hard as rock and when I tried chipping it off slivers of porcelain came off with it. Any ideas?
As you can see, the outer board of my tub needs to be repaired. Anyone have any experience with this? I could use some expertise if anyone can help.
this entire area was all gravel but was needing improvement. drain was sticking up over the gravel. wanted a nicer finish. put cement squares to create a patio effect... See more