I have not wanted to give up on the Grohe faucet! On Grohe's web site, I found a newer statement claiming that you need a 3 1/4" clearance between...
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Hi all! This is my first post! I am just curious (b/c I can do NOTHING myself)....I just bought a new place where in the bathroom, there is one of ...
I am considering buying a Grohe faucet for my kitchen but noticed where they recommend a 6" clearance between the back edge of the sink and the bac...
I may be a 28-year old female, but I know a little about some home remodeling. However, I am going to take my sledgehammer to my toilet soon! It hu...
This is highly odd. I can not figure out the cause, but I suspect a check valve. A very loud noise which actually vibrates the house a little occ...
I just moved into an apartment on the 7th floor of an 8 story building, and the water pressure is horrible. We can barely shower. The apartment m...
Will someone pease direct me to a picture of a loop vent? What is it and how is it effective?
I have a crack in the sink. The water doesn't leak out, but it is unsightly. Is there someway I can fill the crack? thanks.
I am having a problem with my drainage line. In the year that I have lived in my house, the line has backed up three times into my kitchen making a...
The water pressure in my house seems to be fine everywhere except for the faucet in the back yard. I have been told to replace this faucet as a fi...
just purchase a 6yr old 2 story home in las vegas which has very hard water. home has no water softener. upstairs is about 50% of normal and downst...
Our toilet has been installed for at least 15 years. It has just now become wobbly. The bolts don't budge so I assume they are tight. The plumb...
When flushing my toilet, the water in the bowl doesn't flush away. Instead, the water rises and overflows, unless I turn off the water valve. Any...
I have an 85 YO (one bath house)house with Iron waste pipes. After the shower in the one (and only) Bathroom is used, it smells of rotting fish. (...
For 10 years, I worked out of my home and had my computer on all day and evening in my downstairs home office. In the last 2 years of the 10 years...
Re: Adding a bathroom on my lower level [re: Alabama] 08/26/03 01:40 PM Edit Reply Hello,I have somewhat put the cart before the...
i have a brass tub drain that connects to an old lead trap and then continues with old lead into the wall. where the lead meets the brass has a sma...
I am wondering if anyone has any ideas on how to run plumbing (shower) through block (glass or otherwise). Essentially I am looking to have an ent...
I am adding a bath in a third story expansion. Instead of cutting throught the 6" joists I am wondering if there is a pump or device that will pus...