How To Replace A Cast Iron Toilet Flange

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If you have a toilet in an older home, it is  likely connects by a cast iron flange. Cast iron can become brittle over the years causing the toilet to rock. It is possible to replace the cast iron flange yourself and make the toilet steady to keep it falling through the floor. Replace the cast iron toilet flange by following these steps. Prepare to Replace Cast Iron Flange To replace the flange, gather:

16 April 2018

Tips For Removing Hard Water Scale And Rust Stains From Your Sinks And Toilets

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If your home uses well water that leaves iron stains and hard water scale on all of your sinks and toilets, then these tips will help you successfully remove them: Tip: Wash the Porcelain with a Grease-Cutting Detergent Before Scrubbing Since your home's sinks and toilets come into contact with greases and oils from your body and cleaning products, it is important that you remove this grease before you try to remove the scale and iron stains.

27 March 2018

3 Signs Your Tub Drain Needs Professional Cleaning

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Your tub and shower drain can see a massive amount of water flow down it every day, especially so if you have a relatively larger household. This means that over time general wear and tear may eventually cause clogs or other drainage and plumbing issues that can disrupt your everyday schedule. Understanding some of the warning signs that your shower and tub drain may be experiencing an issue can help you identify problems early before they leave you knee-deep in trouble.

17 March 2018

What to Do When Hair Clogs Are a Recurring Problem

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Hair is one of the most common causes of clogging in bathtubs and showers. It's commonly believed that ladies' long hair is what leads to clogging but this isn't true. Any kind of hair, long, short, and even animal fur can cause a drain to clog. Hair can easily become trapped on oily deposits inside the drain. The hair then provides more area for oil to stick on and trap other material.

3 March 2018

Information On Sewer Line Clogs

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It's important for you, as a homeowner, to know what to look for in regard to spotting plumbing problems around your house. Along with learning what to watch for with leaks, clogged drains and other issues, you also want to make sure you learn about sewer clogs. The sewer line is one of your plumbing systems most important parts. If it is damaged or clogged, then it can cause a lot of trouble for your home's entire plumbing system.

10 January 2018

Simple Tips For Keeping Your New Hot Tub Clean

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If you have been eyeing that new hot tub on sale, then you may be tempted to spring for it. If you are thinking seriously about the decision, then you may be wary of all the work that goes into caring for the device. This is a real concern for many people, but there are a few simple tips that can help you to keep the tub clean with very little effort.

10 January 2018

Did You Just Move To A New Residence? 3 Things To Do To Prevent A Plumbing Catastrophe

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Buying a new home is an exciting experience, and you have already done the hard part by making sure that everything seems to be in working order before you moved in. Now, you still have work to do to protect your new home from the property damage that occurs during a major plumbing catastrophe. As you develop your home maintenance schedule, start it all off by implementing these strategies that help you avoid a plumbing emergency:

8 December 2017