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  • 10). Consumer's Guide To Bathroom Taps  By : James Hickman
    This article explains the key questions that you should consider when purchasing new taps for your bathroom. The information is aimed at consumers in the United Kingdom. Question 1: Whats the tap made of ? Taps can be made from a range of materials of varying quality and cost. A general rule of thumb is that the heavier the tap the better the quality of materials used! Plastic Plastic taps are very cheap and very low quality.
    Article Related to: bathroom taps, plumbing, diy, home improvement, bath

  • 11). Plumbing - Is it Really That Complicated?  By : Barney Garcia
    Most people think that the plumbing system in a home is more complicated than it really is because of its network of pipes and valves. Once you recognize the major components and the roles they play, home repairs are relatively easy to do.
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  • 15). 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

  • 16). Installing a New Shower Unit  By : Ray Dobson
    A successful shower installation requires careful planning and a lot of work. In most cases, you will need to do three types of tasks: framing walls, installing the plumbing, and finishing walls. Preparation Firstly, you must decide on the type of shower that you wish to install. It is important to ascertain whether the chosen shower is capable of coping with certain systems and can regulate a safe level of water through the boiler.
    Article Related to: plumbing, faucets, water supply, piping, shower, boiler, hot water, fittings

  • 21). How To Hire A Plumber  By : Gray Rollins
    Plumbers are necessary for new construction of homes to install pipes and water systems. However, most people need a plumber for their existing pipes when something breaks. Unfortunately, this usually occurs at an inconvenient time and often necessitates an emergency call to fix the problem quickly. Costs for this can be high so there are several things to consider before hiring one.
    Article Related to: plumber, plumbing

  • 24). 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

  • 25). 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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