Why Is Your Toilet Water Level So Low?

Posted on: 15 December 2016

When the water level in your toilet is too low, you may have problems with waste flushing down completely. If you've noticed that the water level has recently fallen, there are a few possible explanations. The bowl or tank at the back of the toilet could be leaking, the float arm in the tank might be too long, or you might have a partial clog. Here's how to identify and remedy each one of these problems.
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3 Ways to Keep Your Bathroom Drains Cleaner

Posted on: 15 December 2016

When it comes to dealing with a dirty or clogged drain in the bathroom, prevention is key. If you don't want to deal with a slow drain or a backup, you need to take steps to prevent this from occurring. Fortunately, this isn't a completed task, as there are a number of practical things you can do to keep your bathroom drains cleaner. Use Your Drains Properly Make sure you aren't using your bathroom drains in the same manner that you would in your kitchen.
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Two Questions To Ask Yourself When Considering A Tankless Water Heater

Posted on: 14 December 2016

Tankless water heaters are no longer as disreputable as they were a few decades ago, so you shouldn't automatically disqualify them when you're searching for a reliable water heater replacement. Nowadays they can actually be steady sources of hot water for homeowners who have little space and are ready to make an investment in the future. Here are a couple of helpful questions to ask yourself when you're considering buying a tankless water heater instead of just replacing the one you've got with the same model.
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How To Cheaply And Easily Clean Clogged Central Air Conditioning Drain Lines

Posted on: 13 December 2016

Central air conditioning systems can generate a tremendous amount of moisture during hot, humid weather. In fact, they produce well over 20 gallons per day of condensate during the most extreme weather. If this water isn't properly drained, then it can cause serious damage to your home by overflowing into surrounding spaces. That means your condensate drain lines should be kept clear of anything that might prevent the water from leaving the system.
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