How To Replace A Toilet Flapper

Toilet flappers are the rubber piece within your toilet tank that cover the flush valve, and control the flow of water into your toilet bowl. A damaged toilet flapper will allow water to continue to run into your toilet, resulting in the toilet bowl overflowing and higher water bills. Thankfully, the process for replacing a toilet flapper is a fairly simple one, and does not require any specialized tools. Before You Begin

4 Tips For Planning An Outdoor Wedding

An outdoor wedding is a great way to incorporate natural elements into your big day. However, it can be less than perfect without the proper planning in place. If you are planning an outdoor wedding, here are some tips to remember.  Have a Backup Plan The weather can sometimes be unpredictable. Even with a forecast for good weather for your wedding day, it is important that you have a backup plan that you can quickly implement in the event that there is a drastic change in the weather.

Different Options For Clearing Out Your Slow Moving Drainage Lines

When the drain lines in your home are moving slowly, you want to find a way to remove any debris from the pipes. Luckily, you have a few methods that will help you deal with different types of clogs that may be slowing down your drainage lines. Pipe Cleaners Pipe cleaners come in a liquid or powder form that you can use to remove debris from inside your drainage lines. Most chemical cleaners help remove grease and soap scum from the sides of pipes.

2 Tips To Keep Your Sewer Lines From Clogging

Your sewer system, which consists of the sewer lines, drains and septic tank, is primarily underground, so clogs in the main lines can be really hard to locate and remove. For this reason it is important to actually avoid any potential clogging by watching what goes down the drains and scheduling regular sewer cleaning and maintenance so as to avert a disaster later down the line. Here are simple tricks to help prevent your sewer lines from blocking and backing up and how to keep your entire sewer system in good working order.

Three Consequences of Not Softening Your Hard Water

Have you noticed signs of hard water in your home, such as mineral deposits around faucets or shampoo that refuses to foam? Perhaps you have even conducted a hardness test and found out for sure that your water is hard. Many homeowners may know that they have hard water, but decide not to invest in a water softener. This may be because they intend to save money or hassle, but in the long run, this isn't necessarily the case.