Common Causes of Toilet Leaks

No one wants to come home to a puddle of water on the bathroom floor. Nevertheless, this is a common problem that occurs because of leaky toilets. Whether you have an older home with an equally aged bathroom or a new home with new plumbing, you could face a toilet leak at some point in […]

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How to Fix Common Toilet Flushing Problems

If there one appliance in the house that causes an immediate panic when it won’t work right, it’s the toilet. Whether the handle is stuck, it only flushes halfway, or it won’t flush at all, your first priority immediately becomes fixing the toilet. So let’s not waste any more time! Here are a few tips […]

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Common Toilet Problems and How to Fix Them 

Toilet problems are the worst. When you have a million other things on your to-do list, the last thing you need is an issue with your plumbing. Whether this is the first time you’ve had a problem, or the fifth time (lucky you), don’t worry. We have a list of potential toilet problems and solutions […]

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Toilet Won’t Stop Running? Here’s What to Do 

Have you recently noticed that when you flush your toilet, the water continues to run for what seems like an hour? Maybe you’ve jiggled the handle a little bit to get it to stop. While this may work, it isn’t a permanent solution. It’s important to permanently fix this issue because not only can it […]

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What to Do When a Toy Gets Flushed Down the Toilet

It’s one of every parent’s worst nightmares. Your child comes to you and tells you they sent their favorite toy for a ride down the toilet. Now the toilet is clogged up with a plastic action figure that lodged itself down past the bowl. What to do? There are a few things you can try, […]

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Low-Flow Toilets: Saving Water and Money

Low-flow toilets have been around for several decades now, but when they were first introduced, they were met with disapproval by many. Intended to save water on flushing, the early generation of low flow toilets were problematic. They often required several flushes, which ended up using more water than non-low-toilets did on one flush. Fortunately, […]

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Two Things You Should Not Flush Down Your Toilet

Plenty of us are guilty of flushing things down the toilet that it wasn’t necessarily designed for. This includes everything from various toiletries like tissues, to old expired prescription pills, to clipped fingernails. And while it’s tempting, you really shouldn’t treat your toilet like a trash can. Many of these products can clog toilets as […]

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How to Tell If You Have a Leak In Your Toilet

Just like leaky faucets and taps, leaking toilets can cost you lots of money over time as they waste water. Leaking plumbing fixtures are also not very environmentally friendly, as water is a precious resource. It’s easy to spot if your faucet is leaking, but not quite as easy to tell if your toilet is […]

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How To Plunge a Toilet

Plunging a toilet seems easy enough. Stick the plunger in the toilet, plunge vigorously, and viola, problem solved. You can get by using this method, but if you want to give yourself a better chance at getting that clog out, there is a better way to do it. The last thing you want is to […]

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Water Conservation Tips for Summer in Baltimore

One of the biggest differences between winter and Summer, besides the obvious temperature change, is our water consumption. Between filling the pool, watering the garden and lawn, letting the kids run through the sprinkler, washing your car, and more, you use A LOT of water around this time of year. A LOT of water! Maybe […]

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