How do I install the plastic strip on my shower door that seals it so water doesn't leak out?
Moved into a new very neglected mobile home, the drains are green inside where the water drains what can I do to eliminate this green?
Help! I am desparate to fix a crack in one of the porcelain lever hadles of the bath faucet. The fix has to be impervious to water, strong and not prone to changing ... See more
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
The tub area is told with 18" tiles that extend 8" outside the tub to the floor. However the area where the tub meets the tile in the corner and all along the floor a... See more
I have 2 toilets in our ranch style home. I have replaced both toilets about 5 years ago with water saving models. However, the master bath toilet often makes a bubb... See more
We had a new water heater installed a week or so ago. The handheld showerhead is not operating at all now. I've been told some sediment, etc. has backed up in the... See more
We just moved into a new house and there is a French drain in the back yard. We have a lot of water back there our yard is bumpy and drain is not working well. Can an... See more
What is the best way to handle frozen pipes?
For no apparent reason, my water pump kicks on and off. No water is running anywhere in the house.
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?
My toilet is really old and the citron is broken on top. I only have the one toilet, live on my own and would like to try to put in a new one. Any suggestions
OK, so our water softener has not been working. It is 20 years old but has not been used for awhile. My question, is it still good, and who fixes those things? We ... See more
After a freeze the water pipes on my second floor MB must have burst - no water in the bathroom but kitchen below flood. Water was pouring down outside the kitchen wi... See more
The bathroom pipes are in the walls and concrete floors!!!! Can they just be re-routed instead of tearing up the place???? I've got about 18 inches below floor and ce... See more
I've got one of those kitchen faucet setups where there is a sprayer off to the side of the faucet that you can use to spray your dishes/sink. Well, occasionally - de... See more