How To Install A Corner Sink In a Small Bathroom

Posted on: 7 August 2015

If you need to replace a sink, or just need a little more space between toilet and sink, in a small bathroom, you may be considering a corner sink. Although installing a corner sink involves almost the same procedures as installing a regular wall sink, there are a few extra considerations.  However, if you are physically able to contort yourself enough to work under a corner sink in a small bathroom, it's not really very difficult.
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3 Tips To Keep Your Kid's Hair Out Of The Shower Drain

Posted on: 6 June 2015

Do you have children? Are their beauty and grooming routines leaving your shower drains clogged with hair? Hair is one of the most common causes for shower and bathtub drain clogs. That's especially true if you have multiple people using the shower on a regular basis. If too much hair gets in the drain, you may need professional assistance in clearing the clog. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to prevent such clogs.
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Learn How to Replace Your Own Garbage Disposal

Posted on: 29 May 2015

If your garbage disposal has gone out on you, it is possible for you to install a new one yourself. The first thing you want to do is make sure you are up for the job. You are going to be working under the sink, so make sure you tinker around under there a little to see that you are comfortably able to do so. If you feel you can do the job, then follow the instructions in this article to replace the garbage disposal on your own.
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Quick Checks To See Why A Gas Water Heater Isn't Producing Hot Water

Posted on: 15 May 2015

Has your gas water heater suddenly stopped providing you with hot water? Unless you have plumbing experience, you will likely want to call in a professional. But you can first perform a few quick checks to see if you can determine and fix a minor problem. Always start the process by finding your owner's manual and ensuring that electricity is turned off to your unit. Check the Shut-Off Valves A gas water heater has a couple of different shut-off valves that can be turned to stop a crucial part of the heating system.
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