How to Unclog Bathroom Sink Naturally

How to Unclog Bathroom Sink Naturally

Broken water pipes, clogged bathroom sinks and tubs, these are just some of the common problems homeowners encounter every now and then. Although these can be frustrating at times, simple concerns like a slow draining bathroom sink is easy to manage. With items you can find in the house, in the kitchen, for example, removing still water in the sink and clearing the clog can be a do-it-yourself … [Read more...]

How to Use a Sewer Snake

How to Use a Sewer Snake

If your plumbing system has a clog and you decide to fix it yourself, you'll most likely need to use a sewer snake. This tool is a favorite of many DIY enthusiasts and even professional plumbers because it's handy and highly effective in removing blockages. If you want to learn more about this humble tool, this guide is for you. What Is a Sewer Snake? A sewer snake is a tool that consists of a … [Read more...]

How to Fix a Broken Sewer Pipe

How to Fix a Broken Sewer Pipe

A broken sewer pipe problem can stem from a variety of causes, from a simple clogged line to a damaged pipe. Although some of these concerns might be addressed by calling a plumber, there are sewer pipe issues that can be solved on your own. First, you have to know the signs that something is not right with your sewer line. Are you having musky or unpleasant odor in the house or noticing weak … [Read more...]

How to Cut Cast Iron Sewer Pipe

How to Cut Cast Iron Sewer Pipe

If you live in an old house, most of your sewage system is probably composed of cast-iron sewer pipcs. This isn't really a problem — until your pipes become rusted or damaged and need to be replaced. Fortunately, if you're handy with tools, you don't have to worry since there are several equipment you can use to cut these pipes and prepare them for replacement. Some of these include: 1. … [Read more...]

How to Unclog a Floor Drain

How to Unclog a Floor Drain

Clogged floor drains can be a huge hassle. Since they don't let water drain properly, they keep your floor wet and put you and your family at risk of slips and falls. They also expose you to bacteria and other harmful organisms since the water stands and becomes a breeding ground for germs. Luckily, you don't have to put up with a blocked floor drain since you can do something to fix it ASAP. … [Read more...]