How do I fix running toilet bought all the new "guts" to change existing inside toilet and also metal hose from supply to toilet but now I'm afraid to do it. Know how... See more
Our plastic shower hoses are very stiff even though we’ve had them for a year and a half. We had the same trouble with the metal ones. They have a mind of their own... See more
The end of my Cholorox toilet wand fell off while cleaning the bowl. It came loose and slipped right down where I could not reach it. I flushed the toilet and can tel... See more
Thinking in case of really cold weather this would keep any pipes from freezing.
Hello, So a long story short, we had old cast iron for a main drain pipe in our basement start leaking at the trap. We had a plumber come in, and he replaced all of t... See more
Roof Replacement, Extensive Plumbing, Electrical etc.
One bolt is frozen and won’t move, the other is also frozen but twirls around.
The concrete slab that my 1954 desert ranch house sits upon shows several cracks and uneven areas. Apparently there is one drain for the kitchen and laundry, and one ... See more
But I need to put cynder blocks under it as a replacement and without draining the water. It needs to stay at this height
I have replaced plumbing and garbage disposal but kitchen sink is clogged behind the wall. The pipe goes down. It used to be slow, now it's totally clogged. How do... See more
What DIY techniques do you use for a sink that is not blocked but always drains slowly? I keep a (clean) old toothbrush and a wire clothes hanger handy for my husband... See more
How can I do this myself. I have no idea but don't want to hire a plumber. The main cut off is outside.
And what am I missing or needing in order to make this diy mission a fruitful one?
The faucet worked for about 6 weeks now I have no water. I have water everywhere else.
The lines are embedded in the cement floor near the outside wall and they freeze up on cold days . How do I remedy this?
My master bathroom has been giving off a loud siren/whistling/alarm sound lately that goes away when you turn on the sink or flush the toilet. Happened once a few day... See more
When a pipe burst on our water heater one Sunday morning as we were leaving for church, we realized had we not been right there, I house would have been flooded. We ... See more
I just bought a renovated house and this is the first time I have seen water in basement. Could you give me some reasons why it all of the sudden is doing this?
This just started a few weeks ago. When water runs from my 1/4 sink into the drain, it seems to back up and leak out of the pipe. This never happens with my 3/4 sin... See more