I have researched and used many recipes!! Vinegar, baking soda, ceam of tartar, salt, boiling water, etc..... Also have pulled out hair, and all the other "stuff"...E... See more
My house flooded three times after storms and power outages for the pump wasn't working. Our pump has a back up now but the cracks are there and some are growing in l... See more
How do I replace the pipe that comes out of the shower wall? I need to replace the dual shower heads, but when I took the old unit off, the threads were rusted and st... See more
I tried the vinegar and water solution suggested, but it didn't work. Do you use the same process with CLR meaning wrapping the showerhead in a bag overnight?
The first time I ask I had a lot of different answers. .it worked for about a week. .I tried different things to help it. .do I need washer under each screw under 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
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
The floor drain in my basement kitchen drains very very slowly. What could be the problem and how can I fix it without calling a plumber? I don't have a lot of money.... See more
Drano is not working. Could it be the trap? If so, how do I fix it?
We have a water faucet on the front of our house, I noticed the other day it was dripping, I made sure it was turned all the way off. But I would still like to save o... See more
The sink itself is okay. Could the drain be replaced or repaired?
How can I do this myself. I have no idea but don't want to hire a plumber. The main cut off is outside.
My husband and I recently purchased a home that has a septic system and well water. We have installed a water treatment system, but we are still getting some rust st... See more
I'd prefer a natural method, but I'd consider a chemical solution, too. The drain isn't completely clogged, just slow. Thanks so much!!
My second load of laundry found water backup in my bathtub. Also toilet would not flush. Plumber came and run the snake in the runoff and found he was hitting tree ... See more
The pool of water is close to drain and water pipes, but cannot find source of water. All connections are tight and have no "drips" visible. ( This is a Manufactured ... 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