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  • 4). Bathroom Remodeling - You Can Do That  By : Dennis Watson
    Copyright 2006 Dennis Watson After purchasing an investment home it became clear that we needed to remodel the bathroom. We wanted to change the layout which included relocating the plumbing and fixtures. We plan on living in this house until we sell it so we wanted to feel comfortable while conducting our daily personal hygiene plus remodeling the bathroom makes good financial sense for when we go to sell the property later.
    Article Related to: plumbing, bathroom remodeling, remodeling, fixtures, shower, toilet

  • 6). Have You Left Your Bathroom Go Stale?  By : Aaron Walker
    The bathroom. We spend hours each day in there. We shower there. We shave there. We perform other bodily functions there. If you look at an average day we're in the bathroom several times at least. For a room that we spend so much time in how much effort do we put into decorating it? Almost none. Normally the bathroom is the very last place in the home to have any money spent on it.
    Article Related to: bathroom, diy, home, garden, house, decor, toilet

  • 7). Clearing a Stopped Commode  By : James C
    Its a horrible feeling. You flush the toilet and instead of going down, you start seeing the water level rise. In a frenzy you rush to turn the water shut off valve off if you know where it is. Hopefully you have managed to get the water off before the bowl completely overflows onto your floor. If not, you have quite a mess to clean up. But after the water stops and you clean up the mess do you know how to clear the clog? This article will give you some tips.
    Article Related to: plumbing, plumbers, toilet, commode, clog

  • 11). Low Flow Toilets... A Love, Hate Relationship  By : Sandy Knoll
    This will come as no surprise, but were you aware that most owners of new homes are unhappy with their low-flow toilets? Since 1992, when the U.S. government mandated the low-flows, we Americans have been subjected to considerably less flushing power...about half the water per flush than the old fashioned type. The newer units use about one and a half gallons of water versus the older ones that use about three and a half.
    Article Related to: plumbing, home, bath, home improvement, handyman, toilet



 


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