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  • Has your kitchen sink become clogged? Learn the different methods you can use to clear your drain and how you can prevent blockages like this from happening again in the future.

    How to Clear a Clogged Kitchen Sink Drain

    How to Clear a Clogged Kitchen Sink Drain

    by Paul Goodman3

  • Finding a plumber that you can trust to be reliable, honest, and fairly priced is important. This article lists the 9 best approaches.

    9 Ways to Find a Good Plumber

    9 Ways to Find a Good Plumber

    by Paul Goodman0

  • Learn how to get rid of that standing water in your sink by snaking your drain. Liquid drain cleaners and plungers don't always work and it requires a bit more effort but knowing how you can do this yourself can save you big money.

    How to Snake a Clogged Sink Drain (With Pictures)

    How to Snake a Clogged Sink Drain (With Pictures)

    by Dan Reed6

  • Unclogging a garbage disposal yourself will save you money and it's usually nowhere near as hard as many people might think—you just need a few basic tools and to employ some basic methods.

    How to Unclog a Garbage Disposal: 3 Easy Methods

    How to Unclog a Garbage Disposal: 3 Easy Methods

    by Paul Goodman1

  • There are several easy ways to identify the make and model number of your shower faucet. You can do this with a simple visual inspection, by noting the faucet cartridge length, or by counting spline teeth. Find out how so that you can get the repair started.

    Identifying Your Shower Faucet Cartridge Type and Brand

    Identifying Your Shower Faucet Cartridge Type and Brand

    by Layne Holmes0

  • Wall-mounted toilets are a growing trend in bathroom renovations. They are one of the best options if you are remodeling your small bathroom space. The main issue that people face is the complexity of installation. Today, I am going to share a step-by-step guide to install a wall-mounted toilet.

    How to Install a Wall-Mounted Toilet: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

    How to Install a Wall-Mounted Toilet: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

    by Tracy Allen2

  • Building new water sources costs billions of dollars that most governments don't have, but reusing wastewater can help relieve that need. This article covers home greywater and blackwater systems.

    Water and Wastewater Management in the Home

    Water and Wastewater Management in the Home

    by Susette Horspool30

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