I’ve always wanted a bidet toilet… I finally got one. Hubby installed the DIY Superior Bidet attachment, and our rear ends have never been cleaner! To help you decide if a bathroom bidet makes sense for your family, read through my list of pros & cons of an add-on bidet first.
Having a plumbing issue? Want to try to fix it yourself before calling a plumber? Here, homeowners are sharing the DIY plumbing tips they've used to fix plumbing issues on their own -- from dripping toilets and toilet tanks constantly running to dishwasher issues and what's included in a home warranty. Plus, all about energy-efficient hot water heaters & tankless water heaters -- including how to drain, refill, and insulate one. Start here to find easy solutions for common plumbing issues that you can handle yourself... and save money in the process!
Window fogging in our house was driving me crazy – until I found the humidity levels in our home were too high. A dehumidifier and some Damp Rid turned out to be the best window condensation fix!
Buying a home warranty or appliance warranty to protect the systems & appliances in your house? Our friends rave about theirs! I’ve listed the pros & cons.
Tankless water heaters cost 3 times more than conventional hot water heaters to buy and install, so you’re probably wondering if they are really worth it or not. Following are the pros & cons and details about the cost and installation of tankless water heaters.
In addition to tankless water heaters, there are a number of other ways you can have more efficient and cheaper hot water in your home. Here are 5 more alternatives that are worth considering.
You should drain your water heater once or twice a year, otherwise sediment will collect in your water heater — resulting in less hot water and a less efficient water heater. Here’s how to drain and fill your water heater.
There is one very simple thing you can do to help save on your energy bills each month: insulate your water heater! Here’s how to insulate your water heater, using step-by-step instructions.
This isn’t the first time that I’ve had to clean out all of the gunk and food from the rear basket of our dishwasher. The first time, I was thrilled that this process actually solved our dishwasher crisis after water started backing up in the dishwasher itself. THIS time, there was no water backing up… just a bunch of food and grime built up which was making our dishwasher run poorly.
Here’s how we fixed our leaky toilets by replacing the toilet flappers. Replacement toilet flappers cost less than $5 apiece and no tools are required to do this job!
Do you hear the sound of dripping water coming from the toilet tank? If, like ours, your toilet is leaking, then you might be surprised by exactly how MUCH water you’re wasting. We learned the hard way. We also learned that those toilet cleaning tabs might not be such a good idea after all.
Is the water not draining from your dishwasher? Here are the steps I followed during my very own dishwasher repair. I say that because even my husband Jim was pleased that I was able to handle this dishwasher repair on my own when he was out of town. Here’s how to fix your dishwasher.