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Our blog aims to provide useful information about plumbing. From DIY plumbing tips, to what to do in a plumbing emergency and changing a tap washer to tips. Some of our most popular posts include how to troubleshoot a korky fill valve, how to install a grab bar in a fiberglass shower, cleaning a siphon jet, removing a Moen kitchen faucet, tankless water heater temperature fluctuations and how much water does a shower use. We hope you find it to be a useful resource, should you have any questions, please get in touch!

How to Replace A Kitchen Faucet

How to Replace A Kitchen Faucet

Nothing lasts forever, and sooner or later you’ll need to update and replace your kitchen to completely modernize your home. While it’s easy enough to remodel and change most of the equipment in your kitchen, the major stumbling block, and the potential wall that...

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Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging?

Why Does My Toilet Keep Clogging?

You may notice that time after time, no matter what you do, or what you use the toilet for, it seems to get clogged up. There’s nothing worse than the fear of your toilet overflowing, or getting clogged up after using it. Seeing the water rise instead of flushing away...

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How To Repair Kitchen Faucet Low Pressure

How To Repair Kitchen Faucet Low Pressure

Oh no! You’ve noticed that your kitchen faucet has low water pressure. This can be a drain on your everyday activities especially if you’re like millions of Americans who use the kitchen faucet the most frequently in the house. Low pressure in your faucet can be...

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Different Types of Bathtub Faucet

Different Types of Bathtub Faucet

Whether you are renovating your home, or simply installing a new bathroom suite, there is one thing that people commonly forget about. And that is the bathtub faucet.

When you are focusing on the larger aspects of the bathroom, it can be very easy to forget about the finer details. This is a shame because it is the finer details which can really take your bathroom to the next level.

If you haven’t got much knowledge about faucets, then it can be difficult to comprehend just how many types there are. All of these different types are, of course, available in different colors, sizes, styles, and finishes, so the amount of faucets that are available to you are seemingly endless.

To help you find the one that’s perfect for your new bathtub, we’ve put together this helpful guide to all the different types of bathroom faucet on the market. So let’s get started.

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How to unclog a bathtub drain

How to unclog a bathtub drain

The most common reason for bathtubs and shower drains to become clogged is human hair. It gets stuck at the top of the drain or it washes down but gets caught in the p-trap underneath. If you are looking for ideas on how to unclog a bathtub drain full of hair get yourself a multi-head screwdriver, a plumber’s snake, an Allen wrench, some needle nose pliers, a rag, plunger and hacksaw. Avoid using drain cleaners or acids down there. Alternatively, you could call in a plumber to handle a few jobs for you and add that to the list!

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How To Use A Drain Snake

How To Use A Drain Snake

One of the most common plumbing issues people run into is clogged drains. Whether it is from pouring grease and fats down the kitchen sink which then solidifies in the pipes, or hair and soap in bathroom and shower drains, everyone experiences a blocked drain at some...

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Drain Cleaning Tools To Unblock Your Drains!

Drain Cleaning Tools To Unblock Your Drains!

Likely the most common problem a person faces with their plumbing system is a clogged or blocked drain. This is a look at what drain cleaning tools are used to handle this issue, which ones you might try without risking your plumbing system, and when to call in a licensed and professional plumber to handle it instead. It is a lot safer to use tools designed for this purpose rather than trying to make do with something as you are less likely to cause damage to the pipes.

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How to unclog a main sewer line

How to unclog a main sewer line

Sewers and drains are an essential part of any plumbing system in any building. But occasionally blockages happen. Hair, lotions, grease and fat, food debris and so on gets your drains inside the building block, but then on a larger scale, the main sewer line can get clogged with larger-scale debris. It is easy for a person to handle their own drains, plungers, an old wire hanger, these can get a lot of it. But when looking at how to clear a main sewer line clog the best answer is by calling in professionals.

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5 Questions Answered About Why Won’t My Toilet Flush

5 Questions Answered About Why Won’t My Toilet Flush

Water scarcity is what commonly causes the toilet to not flush completely. Insufficient water in the toilet tank means there is not enough force, thereby causing a partial toilet flush. Before concluding that your toilet needs a plumbing emergency, check the level of...

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How To Fix A Broken Pipe Under Concrete

How To Fix A Broken Pipe Under Concrete

Pipes play an important role in our plumbing and household so they must be taken with the utmost importance. Problems like leaking or broken pipes should be attended to immediately to avoid costly damages. But not all pipe issues can be detected easily. Many of our...

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How to Replace a Bathroom Faucet

How to Replace a Bathroom Faucet

There’s no need to have the whole bathroom refitted just because you’re starting to get bored of the same old style, as making small changes like an upgraded new faucet will make all the difference. You’ll be surprised by how something so small can completely transform the look of your bathroom.

If you are renovating your bathroom, you’ll likely already be aware of how quickly costs can start to add up. Doing some of the smaller jobs yourself is a great way to cut costs and keep the overall budget much lower, and you’ll pick up some useful skills along the way.

So, don’t fancy forking out for a professional plumber to come out and do a job as simple as replacing an old or leaky faucet? Ignore your fears about flooding the bathroom, because changing a faucet is actually much easier than you might think and it’s something that can be done in just a couple of hours, so no need to set aside a whole day for it.

We’re talking about bathroom faucets in this article, but the same principles we’re about to share with you apply when you’re replacing a faucet in your kitchen as well.

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