My daughter and son in law have a basement and a 1st 2nd and 3rd floor house. It was an old house that was renovated. Apparently the water pipes run up along one side... See more
We switched to a tankless water heater to save on utilities; but, the unit is in the garage about 35 ft from the master bathroom. We have to run the water a long time... See more
When water is on it leaks around faucet handles
Our toilet tank sweats and I wondered how to cure this problem...
Will my pipes burst of i don't turn my furnace on all winter? Can't afford to replace it now
Every single toilet seat I have tried loosens up over a short period. I have purchased many different types of toilet seats, wooden, plastic, cushioned over a short ... See more
Even with the clapper in place sometimes the toilet keeps running until you flush it again.
I had a plumbing job done in the pipes and it left me with a square hole on the wall around the taps.Please suggest any hacks to cover this
It is a cold climate in NY. I've heard awful stories of water heaters breaking and such.
I have slow water pressure in my upstairs bathroom and wondered if anyone has an idea on how to fix this problem.
I am fairly handy, and have watched a couple of how to's. But want to make sure there is not anything specific I need to prepare for.
All the handles do when I replace it is spin and I have a constant small water leak/flow. Is there some sort of caulk or something to make the replacement handle 'gra... See more
This only happens when you first turn either the hot or cold water on, or both, and after you run the water for a little, it clears up. How can I fix this?
My toilet is really old and the citron is broken on top. I only have the one toilet, live on my own and would like to try to put in a new one. Any suggestions
House was built in the 50's, I have since taken out the stool that is in the picture. There is one small shelf below the mirror. There is a window which you can see a... See more
The bathroom pipes are in the walls and concrete floors!!!! Can they just be re-routed instead of tearing up the place???? I've got about 18 inches below floor and ce... See more
In the 3rd floor bathroom faucet the water has dirty locker-room smell every time the water is run. I changed out supply lines, changed out trap (boy, that was nasty ... 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