More recently, we often have little black specks in our water, especially hot water. I only notice it in the bathtubs, as they stick to the sides and smear when you t... See more
I have had a tankless hot water system installed in the upstairs shower room which is quite far from the kitchen. By the time the hot water gets to the kitchen it is ... See more
I am changing out the fixtures in my bathroom and need to change the flush button to a different finish. Is it possible to just get a new button or does it get more ... See more
When the garbage disposal side is full of water and I run the disposal water gushes out of the Studor vent. This happened a month or 2 ago, when I checked everything ... See more
I even tried plumbers tape. This is a brand new hose. I even tried swapping out the O ring with another new one. I under AND over tightened to try for a good fit. I'm... See more
This is in the bathroom of an old house I purchased. It’s above the sink and the base is about 2” across. The “jaws” open up to about 1” Can anyone identif... 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
I tried to regrout the tiles in my shower stall but they were falling off so I took them all off. The tiles were attached to standard wall board and the board was wat... See more
What should I look at to determine why it takes an unrealistic amount of time for the domestic water get to either temperature ?
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 used the baking soda, vinigar, and got water idea....now my drains are worse! Help, water is backing into dishwasher!
The home I just purchased came with a large screen patio. Which is nice because I have been using it to store my gym equipment & to do my exercise at. Unfortunately e... See more
I have these fine black lines (not cracks) around the drain in my bathroom. What would be the best way to conceal them? It is an off white porcelain.
My son broke off the bottom corner of his toilet tank. I have the porcelain corner and wondered if that flex seal would fix it. I’ve let it air dry for 24 hours so ... See more
There is no outlet in sink cabinet. Closest power is above splash ( see photo ) how can I install combination switch ( photo ) in existing duplex outlet, and install ... See more
Bathroom sink drains very slowly -- what SAFE cleaner should I use?
There are three tank covers are in a row. And, the system has to be checked every six months, which means easy access is a must.
Both kitchen sinks are backed up and causing the dishwasher to be backed up also. I am getting tired of waiting for the maintenance man to show. I have plunged with t... See more
I'm having my home hooked up to the sewer. It doesn't look like they are putting the pipe more than 6 inches deep in some parts of the line. Is this enough?