Toilet and shower components are household features that we often take for granted. They are crucial for the personal hygiene of any member of your family, and if any of those components could not be used there would be chaotic disorder in your bathroom.
Although it might sound unexpected, one of the biggest problems that could occur in your toilet system is a broken toilet handle.
Since most people usually don’t think about this issue, probably because it’s not the first thing that comes to mind when you need to use the toilet, you would be surprised by the consequences of this malfunction.
Luckily, there are ways of coping with this issue.Continue reading
The invention of High-Efficiency Toilets made a big difference in water consumption lowering. Instead of old toilets which used to flush 5 gallons of water each time, modern toilets use up to four times less water per flush.
This is very important since in some countries toilet water available for use is limited for each household, and by adding the Dual Flush toilet system, water consumption can be significantly improved in terms of using just enough amount of water per each flush.
On the other hand, if your country has overtaxed water usage or you simply want to spend much less water on toilet duties, this system is the best way of doing so.
The Dual Flush toilets are convenient in more ways than one, and even reduce the chance of your toilet getting clogged.Continue reading
Nowadays, most people take water consumption very lightly. But, as we are growing in numbers, over time there were some changes made to minimalize the amount of water we are spending unnecessarily.
Particularly, in this case, the question of toilet water usage by flushing is the point of discussion. So, have you ever wondered how much water is needed for a single flush of your toilet and how much does it cost you?
Is it necessary for us to try to prevent water waste, or is it convenient to just flush our toilet as many times as possible, no matter if it is needed or not?Continue reading
The toilet can be a quite tricky thing to fix on your own, and many of us wouldn’t even try. The reason why is because the issues with toilets are usually complicated. You would need sufficient knowledge and tools for fixing it.
But, I have good news for you. If your toilet bowl doesn’t fill up with water after flushing, you are kind of in luck! I said kind of because firstly you’ll need to determine whether the pipes are the problem or not. If they’re not, you’ll be happy to know this issue is a very easy fix.
You’ll need minimal tools, and a set of instructions I will provide you within this article.
Before we start breaking down the reasons why this happens, and how you can fix it, the first thing you need to do is to turn off your water supply! This is essential for every plumbing job you may every need to do in your home.Continue reading
Plumbing stack or plumbing vent is a quintessential part of your home plumbing system, and you may not even be aware of it.
A vent? An air vent essential for the plumbing system? Yes, you read right.
If you’ve encountered gurgling sounds coming from after you flush your toilet, or you can smell strong, pungent odors in your bathroom or kitchen, you may need to check your plumbing stack.
Encountering unpleasant odors anywhere inside your house can mess up your whole day. That’s why the first thing you need to do is to figure out where does the bad smell comes from.
In most cases, people come across strange and unpleasant odors inside their bathrooms, but, it doesn’t have to mean that that’s the only place where bad smells appear. Usually, this unpleasant smell is a sewer odor that came into your house through the plumbing system.
Since sewer odor is unbearable, it is always a good thing to find the cause and eliminate the odor as soon as possible. And, we are here to explain to you how to do that. So, let’s begin.Continue reading
Having a fully functional plumbing system is one of the top priorities in every household.
But, when a problem occurs that relates to plumbing, most of us actually don’t have a clue what happens or how to deal with it.
That is exactly the case when your toilet bubbles when the tub drains. Now, this is not a common problem, but it is definitely a serious one.
In that light, let’s see everything that you need to know about this problem, and how to find a solution.Continue reading
A gurgling toilet indicates that there’s something wrong with your drain system.
This means that there’s a pressure difference in your toilet waste line that is sending air directly into your toilet bowl, and, that’s why it gurgles.
But, it doesn’t have to mean that your toilet waste line is malfunctioning. In some households, the toilet drain system is connected to the washing machine drain system.
And, there might be a pressure difference in the drain system, which means that your toilet waste line is functioning properly.
In that case, you should definitely act on this problem and have it fixed as soon as possible. This can create numerous hygiene issues if it progresses.
So, let’s see how this happens and what can you do in order to fix it.Continue reading
A fully functioning toilet is definitely a top priority in any house. As we could all agree, toilets are basically the most-used appliance in any household. That’s why our toilets need to run smoothly and without any complications.
However, even the most energy-efficient and modern toilets suffer from basically the same problem as any other toilets – water leakage.
So, what exactly happens to the toilet bowl when you flush it and see toilet bubbles? Let’s find out.Continue reading
We can all agree that having limescale stains in our toilets is just nasty and awful to look at.
To make things even worse, it’s not that easy to clean these stains as well. However, every problem has its solution, right?
Yes, it does!
Therefore, we are going to discuss everything you need to know about limescale and how to get rid of it for good.
So, to start things of, first, we should know what we are up against. What exactly is limescale?Continue reading