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  • After a long, hard day at work, at the gym, in the garden or wherever else you spent your time getting sweaty, dirty or sore, taking a nice soak in the bath can be the best way to relax and get clean, and one of the last things you want to deal with is a leaky faucet. Whether you notice the dripping as you enter the bathroom or when the incessant dipping just won’t stop after your tub is filled ...
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  • No one wants to deal with a clogged sink, but like most things in life this problem may be unavoidable. While you may think to grab your handy dandy snake to unclog your drain, most sinks use a basin trap that will likely need to be dismantled for proper cleaning. Before you start breaking down your sink, make sure you have all of the supplies you need: Bucket Bowl Toothbrush Washers Luckily, sink ...
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  • Unfortunately, our faucets aren’t invincible. Over time, they begin to succumb to the wear and tear of everyday use and exposure to the elements – yes, even inside faucets have to deal with exposure issues, albeit to a noticeably smaller degree than an outdoor faucet. Eventually, the moisture and air will cause a chemical reaction that corrodes, or eats into the metal faucet. On top of this, ...
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  • Plumbing valves help regulate the flow of water to every water-based appliance in our homes. That means everything from our washing machines to our toilets to the main water supply use these fixtures to allow or block water from passing through our pipes. While each system’s valve is somewhat different, they all follow the same general design. These valves are incredibly useful, but they often ...
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  • We’ve covered ways to stop your toilet from constantly running, ways to unclog it, and ways to prevent it from clogging in the first place – unfortunately, toilet’s aren’t immortal fixtures destined to stay with you for your whole life. Eventually we need to take a long, hard look at these pieces of porcelain perfection and accept the fact that their faults may be too great to overcome with a ...
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  • We previously went over how to prevent a toilet from clogging, but sometimes the worst is unavoidable and you need to get down and dirty to get it running properly again. Before you grab any of your tools, you’ll want to put on a pair of rubber gloves to protect your hands from any unwanted spray. Whether your toilet is completely clogged – you can tell because the bowl will completely fill up or ...
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  • A clogged shower drain can leave you standing ankle-deep in dirty water, but chemical drain cleaners can cause serious damage to your plumbing system if used too often. Before you choose to go the industrial route, we’ve put together a list of alternative ways to clear your shower drain. Clear out the Hair: The vast majority of clogged drains in the shower are caused by a buildup of hair. The ...
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  • No one likes a leaky pipe. We all know it’s wasting water, and may even signal a larger issue with your plumbing. While a small leak may feel like a minor inconvenience at the time, even the tiniest drip can build up to a much larger issue on your wallet. With every wasted bit of water comes some wasted money, but how much will it really cost? How much of an effect does a leaky pipe have on your ...
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  • Dealing with plumbing issues around the house can be stressful, especially if you aren’t experienced with that type of work. Even for a complete novice, some plumbing issues can easily be taken care of without the assistance of a professional. Even in cases where you can’t determine the exact cause of the problem, you may be able to deal with the issues currently causing problems yourself. Easy ...
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  • Is your toilet running constantly? If it is, it may be wasting gallons of water every day which can dramatically increase your monthly water bill. Luckily, there are simple fixes to most problems causing the water to run constantly that don’t require a professional, or even tools. How Does My Toilet Work? The first step to fixing your toilet is understanding how it works. After flushing your ...
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  • Don’t let the prospect of plumbing problems weigh on your mind when you’re getting ready to move. We’ve put together a checklist for potential homebuyers so you have a better idea of what to look out for when looking at your new home. Check the toilets for clogs. Go to each bathroom and give them a flush. If any issues arise, you should get them checked out by a professional. Check the water ...
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  • If you are like most people, you reach for Drano when your drain seems to be moving slowly or clogging. The liquid gel seems like a miracle product, solving a problem without forcing you to get your hands dirty. For DIY plumbing, it seems like a wunderkind. However, what do you do when Drano fails you and the drain remains clogged? Well, from a professional standpoint, we would like you to know ...
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  • In many cases, even inexperienced homeowners can fix their clogged pipes and drains. However, certain circumstances require knowledge, skill, and experience. Not everyone understands the intricacies of plumbing and drains, which is okay! That is why plumbers exist. In order to fix your clogged pipes, you will need to determine exactly where the problem exists. Common Causes of Clogged Pipes Clogs ...
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  • Friends and family tell us little myths growing up that we transform into little truths. Everyone knows that an apple a day can keep the doctor away and that you should not go swimming directly after eating. However, similar sayings may not benefit your home. Often, what worked in the past may not work now. At artplayroof.ru, we are here to dismantle the myths that may affect your ...
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  • With the New Year in full swing, people may still be reeling from all the shopping and spending they had to do during the holidays. One of their new resolutions could be to save money. While you may forgo those cute shoes or new television in order to save a few dollars, there are other things you can do to also help your finances. By checking your plumbing and following our little tips, you can ...
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  • Thanksgiving is just a day away. That means plenty of delicious turkey and pies, exciting football games, and family gatherings. It also means a lot of extra strain on your home plumbing system! While you may look forward to post-Thanksgiving for the great Black Friday sales, we at artplayroof.ru know the day after Thanksgiving for another reason—it is often the busiest day of the year ...
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  • A septic tank is a part of the septic system where water and waste fill in. The tank separates the debris and sludge from the wastewater. There is then a filter in which the water passes through before flowing out. A septic system is used in lieu of main city sewer pipes. They are vital to controlling sewage. These systems can be an economic option for those who do not have access to city sewer ...
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  • We’ve all been there. The drain clogs, the sink drips, or a foul smell just won’t seem to leave your kitchen sink. When plumbing issues come up, questions often come along with them. What’s causing this issue? How can I fix it? Should I be scheduling regular maintenance? Just like any field, we run into some frequently asked questions from our clients about their plumbing concerns. We are here to ...
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  • Keeping your bathroom organized isn't an easy task - especially in a busy household. Fortunately, there are a few design options that will help keep your bathroom clear of clutter. Here are a few tips to help you design a bathroom that is both beautiful and functional. Organization and Design Tips: Add Bright Lighting - Chances are your bathroom doesn't have large, bright windows to let in light. ...
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  • Is it time to dispose of your old beauty products? You might want to think twice before dumping them down the drain. Lotions, soaps, and cosmetics that go on your body might seem safe, but they can be potentially toxic and cause plumbing problems. Here are a few beauty products you should keep out of your drains. Cosmetics to Keep Out of the Drains: Coconut Oil Lotions Moisturizer Hair Gel Shaving ...
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  • Clogged toilets are understandably frustrating for homeowners. They can be messy and leave you with damaged floors and plumbing pipes. Knowing what to flush and how to keep unwanted objects out of your toilet can help prevent clogs. Here are a few prevention tips that will help keep your bathroom fully functional. Prevention Tips: Know What You Can Flush - Many homeowners flush things that they ...
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  • It's National Bath Safety Month! This January, take some time to think about how you can make your bathroom a safer place for you and your family. Here are a few tips to keep in mind. Bathroom Safety Tips: Lower Water Temperature - Keeping your water heater temperature at about 120 degrees will help to prevent scalding. Put Electronics Away - Keep hair dryers, curling irons and other electric ...
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  • Is a bathroom remodel in your plans for 2015? The start of a new year is the perfect time to start thinking about giving your bathroom an overhaul. Here are a few of the top design trends for 2015 to inspire your bathroom makeover! 2015 Bathroom Remodeling Trends: Floor Tiles - Beautiful bathroom floor designs are a design opportunity for small bathrooms. They add style and elegance to your bath. ...
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  • Is you bathroom sink draining slowly? Slow draining sinks are a frustrating, but common household plumbing problem. Here are a few of the reasons behind why your sink drain might be giving you a problem. Possible Causes: Deterioration - Old pipes can deteriorate from within. This may cause your sink to drain less efficiently. Partial Clog - Hair from brushing, shaving, or beard-trimming can become ...
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