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Fixing a Slow Draining Sink

When you notice that your bathroom sink drains a lot slower than your toilet and your bathtub, you can be sure that something is wrong with it. Most likely, there is a partial clog in your sink drain, which could be due to accumulated soap scum or hair from brushing...

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Tips to Remove Old Bathroom Caulk

Your bathroom may not be that old yet, but once the caulking around your tub or shower begins to split, your bathroom will begin looking dingy. Re-caulking will breathe fresh life into your bathroom, but you can’t just pull out the caulk gun and get started. Here are...

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Tub Faucet Leaking? Here’s What to Do

The sound of a slow but steady drip from a leaky faucet is irritating. It’s also damaging to your bathtub, as it could leave an unsightly stain on the floor of the tub. You can spare yourself from future trouble by fixing the leaky faucet immediately. That way, you...

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Buying an Older Home? Inspect the Pipes First

Homebuyers who are considering purchasing older homes usually conduct a thorough inspection of the house first. Unfortunately, the inspection usually focuses only on what can be seen by the eyes, such as the roof, walls, and floors. Those things hidden behind walls...

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Replace Your Old Sink with a Pedestal Sink

Installing a pedestal sink is a simple way of giving your bathroom a facelift. A pedestal sink is not difficult to install and brings a classic feel to your bathroom. Most manufacturers of pedestal sinks provide mounting instructions with their product. You should...

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How to Solder Copper Pipes

If you’ve tried to solder copper pipes and failed, you may be hesitant to try again. Before you give up, however, consider giving it another go. Failure in soldering copper pipes usually stems from using the wrong tools and improper techniques. Soldering is not really...

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The Perks of a Greywater System

Greywater is domestic wastewater but does not include toilet waste. (Water containing fecal matter is known as blackwater.) Greywater includes the water that flows down the drain after people shower, wash their clothes, wash their dishes, etc. Greywater recycling is a...

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A Guide for Installing Sprinklers

Maintaining your lawn requires that you provide it with a good source of water to keep the grass hydrated, especially during the hot days of summer. A sprinkler system needs a proper design and layout, correct installation, the right components, and appropriate...

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Different Types of Toilets

The bathroom toilet has evolved through the years. Ancient people would scarcely recognize the modern-day toilet if they were given the opportunity to see one. It is a far cry from the rudimentary holes in the ground that were used in antiquity. Here are a few of the...

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