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Most often, we see water leaks as redundant issues that only require professional plumbing services in case of a complete failure. However, these seemingly harmless water leak signs can turn into big problems if overlooked for a longer period of time.

Small leakages are only small initially; over time, they can strip through your walls and let the water drain into your living room, or it can damage your faucets and pipes permanently. It’s usually the case that we leave the leakages unnoticed, which worsens the problem even more.

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Sometimes, it’s good to try a bit of home-plumbing to get the job done instantly. However, without a proper guide, the chances are that you can make the situation even worse, rather than fixing it. In the case of bathroom faucet installation, you might break the faucet permanently or fix it upside down if you do not follow the right steps.

While it’s always recommended that you hire a professional for such tasks, if you are in the mood to do things on your own, here are 8 DIY steps for bathroom faucet installation.

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When it comes to plumbing issues around the house, we always try our best DIY plumbing skills to get the job done. Sometimes, we even succeed. However, even though it appears as though the problem has been solved, we wake up at night because of the tip-tap sound of water droplets from the sink faucet or bathroom tub.

This is just one of the signs of a poor DIY job, and it becomes necessary to get the help of a professional plumbing service to fix the recurring issue. Moreover, professional plumbers use certain specific tools that are meant to serve the purpose.

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When it comes to kitchen faucets, there are many types to choose from. They come in a variety of shapes, designs, and sizes for all your kitchen needs.

Just like other kitchen accessories, such as lighting fixtures, electrical appliances, flooring, and many more, a good faucet can really boost the décor of your kitchen and make it a lot more functional.

So, if you’re planning to change your kitchen faucet, or want to buy a new smooth-tapped modern faucet to match with your sink, here is your ultimate guide to select from the top 7 types of kitchen faucets.

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Plumbing, a modern-day convenience that most homeowners are accustomed to, still has a lot of myths. And the problem is that these myths can cause more damage to your plumbing structure than good. Today, we debunk X common plumbing myths and share X pro tips so your plumbing system can stay happy and healthy.

Myth # 1: If Your Drains Are Draining, Everything Is Just Fine!

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Plumbing problems are inevitable, and life without plumbers is unimaginable. We all need professional plumbers to solve our urgent and not-so-urgent plumbing issues. From leaky faucets to clogged drains and sewer line backup, everything needs the services of a qualified plumber.

But what do you do when there is a plumbing problem at your home?

You pick up your phone, and then there a long pause.

You don't know a professional plumber who can deal with your plumbing problem.

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Frozen pipes are a common plumbing concern, especially in the colder parts of the country. The water in pipes exposed to severe cold may freeze, and frozen water exerts tremendous pressure. As a result, frozen pipes may leak or break and cause thousands of dollars in damage.

So how do you thaw frozen pipes, avoid pipe bursts, and minimize the risk of damage? While calling a professional plumber is the best and safest option, you don't need to pick up the phone just yet. Let’s look at X tips that you can try at home before you call the plumber or while they are on the way and save yourself from the inconvenience.

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For most homeowners, there is nothing more daunting than the thought of water damage in their homes. Unfortunately, a proactive approach cannot always prevent certain water damage due to plumbing fixtures' failure. However, there are ways to detect water leakages inside a wall and fix it. In this post, we share how to detect a water leak inside a wall and some of the next steps that you may need to take.

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