It really depends on what's causing the problem. If the rust is actually coming in from the source, then you can install an iron filtration system...
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Let me tell you what to consider. You walk into the hardware store and you say, I have a Brotzani Kitchen sink faucet and its leaking. Where do I ...
This is absolutely true. Many people have had the same problem. Suddenly they have a bill from the city for $1,000 and they didn't realize the to...
In fact many manufacturers recommend a mortar base for the showers. We often set them on liquid base of mortar when we're installing them. This k...
I would say your check valve is leaking back to the well. Instead of holding the water in the system, the check valve is allowing small amounts of...
You have to twist the cartridge inside the hole so the two upper tabs are perpendicular to the cutouts where you slide the clip into. Inside the m...
There is the best way and there is other ways. If its a small hole, if there is no other way to do it, you can buy a plastic screw, 1/4" long an...
Depending on the age of the pump and the total overall depth, I may have chosen a 1 hp pump. But also check the pressure tank and the settings o...
Sometimes when technicians or homeowners install water heaters, they don't realize there is a plastic tube on the inlet side of the water heater. ...
If your water pressure slowly reduced over a long period of time it could be calcium in the water pipes if they are galvanized. If they are copper...
Either replace the screw with a locking type screw, or take a pair of needle nose pliers and crimp the threads on the screw about 3 threads in from...
There are two reasons this can happen, one is there is steam in the line. Steam can be created by the water in the line away from the joint. Smal...
Yes the water will leech up into the wall. Take a piece of paper stick one end in a glass of water and eventually the entire piece will be wet. T...
Well, bleach does kill bacteria. I would say use bleach very judiciously. It isn't just the bleach people use thats the problem, but nearly every...
There is probably something blocking the opening between the tank and the bowl. You may have to disassemble the tank from the bowl and look down i...
You probably need to soften the cold to your kitchen sink. Most people keep this line unsoftened so they can drink "good" water without salt. It ...
You need a larger pump. For every foot of head, it creats 1/2 pound of backpressure. At 150 feet thats around 75 psi the pump has to overcome to ...
What you need to do is get an appliance technician to give you an idea of the problem. Raymond VinZant Plumbing Prof.