I have repaired my levers several time but I can only find plastic replacements. Any ideas?
The line coming out of our 1/2 bath was stopped up. Luckily the clean out was easy to get to, but when we opened it, it was full of roots! We cleaned out as much as p... 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
Hi, I have the attached valve that I am looking to replace. Can I use any type of shower handle with this type of valve? If not, how do I find the proper match for th... See more
wet floor under sink dry iu and run water no leak? no smell all is clean. run water both tubs, garbage disposal, use sprayer everything underneath stays dry. Go away ... See more
My 24-yr-old water heater needs replacing. I always wanted to replace it with another one just like it -- GE, 40 gal, gas, 9-yr warranty. But it seems that GE no long... See more
need directions for dawn/hot water lost directions.
I have a farm field behind my mobile home. The field and my yard are sloped so the muddy water ends up settling on my patio and walk. I’m a widow and have to do all... 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
How do I best fix a slow bathroom sink drain without calling a plumber? I would prefer not to use commercial draino-like chemicals. Surely there must be some other ho... See more
I think I need to have a french drain installed to handle heavy rain water coming off a slope. Not at all familiar - because the water collects 20 feet from the downs... See more
So I wake up Yesterday & it's sooooooo Cold in the house, the thermostat reads 52' OMG, are there door's or windows open? No... No frost on the ground that I can see,... See more
I am buying a new house. There is gas to the house already (furnace & hot water heater) and I want to put in a gas range in the kitchen. Use a plumber to run the lin... See more
My husband improperly used a snake in the toilet and scratched the toilet. Any advice for a removal?
How do I find the main water supply in which to hook into?Or is this a job for a professional plumber?
I found a leak in one of my sprinkler pipes. I Googled to see if I can fix it myself, but I'm too intimidated to do any cutting. You can see from the picture it's a s... See more
It's filling up...How? Thanks!
How do you unstop a kitchen sink?
For quite a while, my kitchen sink strainer hasn't done a good job. I've been in this house since 1981 and for years it
did just fine. Then, for some reason, it needed to be replaced, so I took the old one to the store and got a replacement. This was just the part that lifts out, NOT t... See more
We recently replaced a toilet due to a crack in the tank. Now, it seems that whenever I walk past it, the water flow cuts on for about 5 seconds. Does that mean it is... See more
How do I know whenthe gray water tank needs to be connected to our septic system? We live in the 1950’scountry home on a septic/drain filedsystem with a grand-fathe... See more