An Amateur's Guide To Fixing A Leaking Toilet Flange

Posted on: 4 November 2015

When toilet flanges develop leaks, the consequences can be both costly and time-consuming to fix, especially if the problem is allowed to flourish too long. The good news is that you may be capable of handling this problem on their own. If you would like to increase your home plumbing skills, read on. This article will explain how to fix a leaky toilet flange.   Understand the flange. The toilet flange is located on the bottom side of the throne, meaning that you cannot directly see it when the toilet is put together.
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Three Septic Systems Solutions To Reduce Maintenance And Conserve

Posted on: 11 August 2015

If you are one of the many homeowners that does not have a municipal sewer service, a septic system is needed to treat water waste. There are many different types of septic systems, which can have multiple tanks, separate greywater and aerobatic treatment systems. Improvements to your tanks and drain field can help to reduce maintenance and conserve water. Here is how your septic system can be improved: 1. Multi-Chamber Tank To Reduce Solid Waste Problems
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Three Mistakes To Avoid When You're Cleaning Mold Off Of Your Furnace's Drain Hose

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Your furnace can't operate correctly if all the water it's constantly ejecting is stopped by a clog in the drain hose. Even a hose that's only partially blocked by mold will result in a less efficient furnace because water can't travel as quickly. Therefore, to maximize results, it's worth ensuring that you avoid these three mistakes while you're cleaning mold off of your furnace's drain hose. Bending The Hose So Much That Water Has Trouble Traveling Through It Freely And Quickly
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