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If you have a toilet that troubles you often, you may think it is time to replace it. While installing a new toilet is one of the possible solutions for a troublesome fixture, it is not always the best bet. If a few fixes can solve your plumbing fixture’s problem, there is no point in spending extra money or to install a new toilet. But you can only make the right decision if you know when is the right time to replace your old toilet.

Even when aesthetics is not a concern, there are instances when you will need a new toilet. In this post, we look at some of the signs that may indicate it's time to replace your old toilet.

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Clogged drains are one of the most common plumbing problems experienced by homeowners around the world. In fact, it is so common that most homeowners do not even consider it a plumbing problem. They think of it as a casual blockage in the pipes, which has a DIY solution. While DIY drain cleaning may be effective in some cases, it is not always an effective solution.

This post explains four reasons why DIY drain cleaning is not a good idea and what you should do instead.

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Toilets are a modern-day convenience that we often take for granted. While they are designed to handle human waste, many people still use toilets as trash cans. What happens next is the inevitable clogs that cause a lot of inconvenience for the family. And you end up paying for the costly repairs by professional plumbers.

Fortunately, you can avoid all the trouble by using your toilets to flush down human waste. In order to ensure that your toilets remain clog-free, here is a list of 12 things you should never flush down them.

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Plumbing emergencies and other plumbing issues at home are best dealt with by professional plumbers. Most homeowners do not have the skills and experience to deal with plumbing emergencies.

However, it is a good idea to have certain plumbing tools handy. In this post, we have summarized the top 5 tools you should have at home. In case of a plumbing emergency, uneven, the most unskilled hands might be able to save the day using these tools while your plumber is on the way.

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Most homeowners never think of their sewer lines until they don’t function properly. Since they are out of sight, they are often out of mind. But when there is a sewer line backup, it is indeed one of the most frustrating plumbing problems to deal with. Sewer line backups are messy and can affect your entire house really quickly. Most importantly, they can be dangerous. Sewer line backup can result due to a multitude of causes, and once you are aware of these causes, it will be easier for you to prevent and deal with a sewer line backup.

In this post, we look at 4 causes that lead to sewer line back up. You can also find out about some easy and quick fixes that can clear most blockages.

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Leaking Shower Head – A Concern

Does the constant water dripping in your bathroom keep you awake at night?

Do you get startled by the wet surface of your bathroom every time you go in for a shower?

Chances are you have got a leaking shower head.

Very often, leaking showerheads go unnoticed. They are hidden behind a shower curtain or a glass partition in a specified shower area where being wet is normal, so it is often not bothersome for homeowners.

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Clogged drains and blocked sewer system is a ticking time bomb that can spell disasters anytime. While a clogged plumbing system is a concern for most homeowners, it can be an even greater cause of concern for commercial facilities.

And the fear is worse when a clogged plumbing system is a recurring and persistent problem. In that case, clearing the blockage must be a priority. One of the safest and most effective ways to eliminate a recurring clogged plumbing system is hydro jetting. Let's look at what hydro jetting is, how it works, and some of the benefits of using it to get rid of clogs.

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When the temperature begins to drop, who does not love a hot bath? In fact, it is almost impossible to imagine a life without the modern-day convenience of water heaters. However, as a compact and energy-efficient lifestyle becoming the new norm, an increasing number of homeowners are looking for smart water heating fixtures that yet provide the same performance as a conventional water heater.

And if you are one such homeowner, this post is for you. Here you will find eight reasons why you should go for a tankless water heater this winter season.

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