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Tag: DIY plumbing


How to Use a Plunger to Unclog a Sink

Friday, July, 21st, 2017 at 6:00 AM by Mike Agugliaro

Plungers are known for their relationship with one particular plumbing fixture: the toilet. We do not associate plungers with sinks, but amazingly enough, this tool can be used to help you unclog kitchen and bathroom drain pipes. Find out how you can unclog your sink drains without pouring any chemicals down them, by reading our step-by-step instructions below. What you’ll need: A standard cup-style plunger – there are multiple types of plungers. The best plunger for [Read More...]

How to Locate and Turn Off Main Water Shut-Off Valves

Saturday, February, 6th, 2016 at 5:51 PM by Mike Agugliaro

During plumbing emergencies, such as a burst pipe or another plumbing catastrophe, it is important to know where your water shut-off valves are located and how to shut them off. When you have a sewage backup or an overflowing appliance, you don’t want to look like a chicken with its head cut off looking for how to turn off your water supply. A little knowledge about where your plumbing valves are located and how to [Read More...]

How To Stop a Running Toilet – Toilet Overflow

Tuesday, February, 24th, 2015 at 5:30 PM by GoldMe5

A running toilet is a pain in the you-know-what! A running toilet wastes water, money, and your patience. If you neglect a running toilet, you could be losing over $10 a month on water waste and adding to your guilty environmental conscience. The good news is that fixing a running toilet is an easy task that you can do yourself, in minimal time and with tools that you already have at home. Before spending money [Read More...]

How to Clean or Replace a Faucet Aerator

Thursday, February, 5th, 2015 at 5:26 PM by GoldMe5

Simple Steps for Cleaning and/or Changing Your Faucet Aerator Faucet aerators prevent splashing and control the water flow. If you have a spittering and spattering faucet, the fix is probably a lot simpler than you think. You will get a steadier stream, no squirting, and limit water use. It is a small change with very noticeable results, and the best part is that you can do it yourself! You can either replace the old faucet [Read More...]

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