How do you change a toilet seat with no acsess to the underside without removing the toilet system?
I have an acrylic tub with a crack on bottom which just started leaking. I need a quick fix now to get by. Obviously the new construction install was not level (in 19... See more
The shower in my rental apartment doesn't hold all the water inside because of that small gap in it's frame (see pic) how do I fix it? And how can I clean it so the f... See more
Is it a personal preference to caulk or not to caulk around a toilet base? What is the proper way to caulk? I have seen posts suggesting a bead of caulk under the t... See more
One bolt is frozen and won’t move, the other is also frozen but twirls around.
Hello: we added a powder room, the plumbing is PEX. Now the toilet when you flush it has black chunks of heaven knows what that comes down from under the rim and af... See more
What is the best way to handle frozen pipes?
It is a cold climate in NY. I've heard awful stories of water heaters breaking and such.
Neighbor has their sunk pump hose aimed at my home. That floods my yard and basement. Please help me to correct this major problem.
I would like to install a garbage disposal in my manufactured home. Can anyone help me? I need to install an electrical plug and switch. I know how to do that, it'... See more
In our manufactured 15 year old home we have experienced our textured Living room is starting now. Originally it was in both of our bathrooms. It has totally ruined t... See more
My 125+ year old cottage has a basement problem. Water and 1-2 inches of mud have made the lower half into a hazard, and 40 years of my tools, Xmas decorations and o... See more
I've been lurking these boards for 6 months while doing a rehab of a 1918 house in Grant Park Atlanta, GA. I've been getting invaluable advice but NOW I'm stuck and ... See more
The smell is coming from inside the bowl. The seal has been replaced, the tank is clean & there are no leaks.
The round piece that connects the toilet with screws has cracked. How to repair without breaking up the floor.
I have a shampoo hose that I'd like to attach to the sink faucet, but it uses an aerator adapter that doesn't fit our older type faucet. It has no way of removing the... See more
How do I remove old caulk from 1960's porcelain bathtub. It is hard as rock and when I tried chipping it off slivers of porcelain came off with it. Any ideas?
After flushing the tank fills in a few minutes and it starts running.
I live about 2 miles from the Calumet river. I was told that some kind of flood gaits are opened every time it rains to keep the river from overflowing. This summer t... See more
The darn thing comes of the hinges, I tried metal washers, did not work, tightening did not what to do?