I have a 52 gallon electric hot water heater and it sits next to a Kenmore water softener. I have noticed that crusty, yellowish-orangish-whitish crust is building u... 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
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
Can I fix or do I need plumber works just dripping down
I have to call a plumber out at least every other year.
My bathroom sink never had an odor prior to installing a new sink. All the plumbing is the same and the trap.
I read after taking shower turn off handle first or was it to turn off spout where water comes out first. ? Anyone else read it ? Thanks.
This was recommended to us- old pipes are rusty and leaky.
I've noticed since the weather got warm that my toilet tank is sweating. In the winter it didn't do this and in the spring it seemed like it did a little. But now it'... See more
I have tried the white knight bath paint but that quickly peeled off in places and the bath looks worse than it did before I painted it.
Would it be less expensive and trouble to replace with new or repair the old one if possible?
Water drains very slow. Unsuccessful using Drano type products.
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
I have a mid-century 1950 bath tub that desparetely needs to be restore. It is built in so impossible to remove for restoration.
We live on a rural hillside & during heavy rain, water rushes down our gravel driveway, makes a 90° turn, and pools in the parking area under our carport;the sidewal... See more
I followed the hot water pouring first and yet water refuses to go down
Not the best photo but I have old claw tub and rust or something stain at end nearest tap and drain. Somewhere along the line previous owners must have put slipless w... See more