Bathroom Renovations 101: Running New PipesBathroom Renovations 101: Running New Pipes

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Bathroom Renovations 101: Running New Pipes

When I decided to add a pedestal sink and claw foot tub to my bathroom, I had no idea how much new plumbing I had to run. Since I had never run pipes before, I wasn't sure how to do it properly. I did a lot of research before I started so that I could be sure that I was doing it right. As I was researching, I knew that it would be helpful to have all of the information I found in one place. That was the inspiration for this site. I hope that the plumbing resources help you with your next home improvement project.

Don’T Believe False Plumbing Statements

As a homeowner, you want to be sure your home is kept in tiptop shape. However, it can be tempting to believe tales regarding things you can let slide around your home if it saves you some money or trouble. This can end up getting you in worse trouble down the line when those things you allowed yourself to believe weren't a big deal end up causing more serious problems later on. Read More 

Restoring Water Flow To Your Whole-Home Humidifier

In a lot of homes, people fight to eliminate the moisture inside all summer long, but now that winter has hit, the struggle turns to adding moisture to the air. Winter air is dry and damaging, but it's not something that you should really have to worry about. A whole-home humidifying system on your HVAC system can be the solution to your problem, but when it doesn't get the water that it needs, you will need to give it some attention. Read More 

Common Air Conditioning Issues You May Need To Address

Preventing air conditioning problems will require you to have a thorough knowledge of the potential problems that can occur. Otherwise, you may be bewildered when problems invariably arise with your home's cooling system. Hot Air Hot air coming from the system will often lead homeowners to assume the worst. However, this is a routine issue that is likely the result of a refrigerant leak or blockage. In some instances, this could also indicate a mechanical problem with the system. Read More 

How You Can Tell When Your Main Sewer Line Has Been Compromised

Without a doubt, the main sewer line in any home is certainly one of the most important parts of the overall plumbing system. The main sewer line serves as the exit pathway that allows wastewater to be shuffled out of your pipes and carried over to the city-wide plumbing system which ends up at the sanitation center. Because the main sewer line does so much to facilitate your usage of the bathroom and sinks in your home, it's vital for you to know when there's a problem with it. Read More 

What A Waste: How To Care For Your Septic System

If you have a septic system, you need to take every precaution you can to protect it from damage. A malfunctioning septic system can lead to sewage backups, foul odors, and other serious problems. The information provided below can help you extend the life of your septic system and avoid costly problems. Go Easy on the Beauty Products When you've got a septic system, you need to go easy on the beauty products. Read More