No matter how you look at it, a clogged toilet is no fun, but you might not need a plumber to unclog it. Step 1: Remove as much water as possible from the stool. It the water is not draining at all, scoop the excess water into a bucket – not into the sink or…


Dual flush toilets save water and money by allowing you to flush with a half tank of water or a full tank of water, depending on your needs. Proper installation and use of a dual flush valve within your existing toilet will save thousands of gallons of water each year. Step 1: Use the shut…


Low water pressure? A new tub spout could help pressurize your morning shower If your tub spout diverter is diverting more water to the tub than the shower or it is looking a little too old and worn, installing a new tub spout can be an easy and cost efficient solution. Step 1: Remove your…


Caulk a Tub: A Tube of Caulk and a Wet Finger Can Save Your Tub from Disaster If the caulk around your tub is cracked, black, or just plain icky, a quick trip to the hardware store and a day or two without a shower will save you from a much more costly home repair….


Installing a Shower Head Whether calcium and lime deposits have clogged your old shower head beyond repair or you have simply decided to upgrade to a new and improved model, replacing the shower head in your bathroom could easily be the simplest and most rewarding plumbing fix-it job you will ever do. Step 1: With…