Plumbing Repair Tips - DIY Plumbing Guide
There are many plumbing fixes that the homeowner can accomplish when it comes to unclogging
drains, repairing fixtures and pieces on toilets. Here you will find step by
step how to's on these repairs and more, to keep your water flowing more quietly, surely and uninterrupted.
The call for some of these repairs does vary for throughout different parts of the country. For example,
if you happen to reside in an area of high lime content - although installing a quality water softening unit
may help to mitigate the effects. Or, other areas could have lower pressure. Although water conservation should be
all of our concerns, such as in the case of leaky drains, toilets or those that unnecessarily overfill on a regular basis.
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Practical ways of keeping drain lines free of clogs, for kitchen and bathroom, sinks and tubs.
How to Unclog a Sink Drain
Progressive and easy steps to follow for removing the sink clog from a single or double bowel. The
plunger clears up many clogs but if this does not manage to free the line then
you might need to remove and clean the drain trap under the sink.
Flushing a Clogged Sink Clear
If you are set against chemical cleaning then clearing the drain with forced water could be a choice. But first
become familiar with some of the risks.
The flushers can be applied to common pipe dimensions and you will need decent access to the pipe.
How to Unclog a Tub Drain
Tubs have different style caps and no drain traps. Yet much is still done without the assistance of an auger.
But the strainer basket will normally have to be rotated back out with a wrench, to access the clog in the pipe