Archive for September, 2006

Keep It Flowing

Plumbing can be a tricky for those that have no knowledge of what it takes to make a water system work. This is not uncommon as many people tend to not give their plumbing a thought until there is a problem. So with that in mind, you should consider knowing a fair amount about how water comes in and out of a home to keep tabs on how things are working. This can save you a lot of time and hassle in the future as well as a nice chunk of money that would normally be spent on a plumber.
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Do It Yourself Water Heater Repair and Replacement

How often do you think about your hot water heater? If you are like the rest of the world, not very often. This is just one of those things that never cross your mind, until….
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Do It Yourself Toilet Repair

In a family household a broken toilet can be a big problem, especially for those that only have one bathroom. Most often people think they should call a plumber for most things that involve the toilet and other water fixtures, but that is just not the case. The toilet is actually one of the more simple devices in the home and anyone can do most repairs without having a lot of trouble.
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Do It Yourself Shut Off Valves

If you have plumbing in your home, no matter how old the home is, you have the potential for leaks and other disasters. You may think that this does not sound like a major issue but the consequences of a water leak can be devastating. Water rots out wood, which can include floors and walls. While the process may take a while, eventually the water damage will catch up and create holes and danger in the home.
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Do It Yourself Drain Cleaning

There is nothing worse then removing a drain plug in the kitchen sink or the bath tub and having the water just sit there. It does not take long to note that you have a clogged drain and things need to get moving. For many people this is a bit daunting, as they tend to believe that drain clogs are a major issue. In most cases a drain clog can be taken care of with a few simple steps and very low cost. There are simply a few rules that you need to apply before attempting to get a drain moving again.
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