What Happens When A Non-Biodegradable Product Goes Down A Toilet Or Sink Drain

Posted on: 23 March 2016

Your septic system is one part of your household you will need to maintain regularly in order to avoid downtime or the need for repair. One incident that can ruin a septic system is when someone flushes or pours a non-biodegradable product down your toilet or sink drain. Here is a rundown of what would happen to your septic if inappropriate items are pushed through the system. Clogging May Appear In Toilets Or Sink Drains When something other than human waste or toilet tissue is flushed down a toilet, it could be lodged since it is not made to squeeze through twisting and small pipes.
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Space-Saving Ideas For Remodeling A Tiny Bathroom

Posted on: 23 February 2016

Looking to update your bathroom but aren't sure how to maximize the small amount of square footage? If expanding the size of your bathroom isn't an option (either financially or logistically), the good news is that there are still some ways to modernize your bathroom and make it more functional, regardless of size. Specifically, these space-saving ideas are great for even the tiniest of bathrooms. A Corner Vanity Rather than having a large vanity smack-dab in the middle of your bathroom, why not invest in a corner vanity?
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How Can You Tell If You Have A Plumbing Leak?

Posted on: 3 February 2016

There are many ways that people come to the conclusion that they have a leak in their home. Knowing how to determine if you have a plumbing leak and how to find the leak can help you maintain your home's plumbing system and can also help you save on diagnostic costs from plumbers. How can you tell if you have a plumbing leak? There are many different ways that you may be able to tell if you have a leak.
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When The Upstairs Doesn't Cool Well: Solving A Common Air Conditioning Dilemma

Posted on: 13 January 2016

Do you find that the downstairs of your home cools off nicely in the summer, but the upstairs stays sticky and warm? You're not alone. Many homeowner have a tough time getting their upper floors cooled off, even when they have new, powerful air conditioners to depend on. Hot air rises, so to encourage your upstairs to cool off, you'll want to rely on these tactics. Close the door between floors.
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