Monthly Archives: April 2021
- April 20, 2021
The summer season is about to set in soon. Now is the perfect time to make use of pleasant weather and plenty of daylight to inspect the plumbing of your house. Fixing all your plumbing problems in advance will let you enjoy the summer activities with family and friends hassle free. We have listed out 7 tips to make your house ready to beat the heat.
- Check your sewer pipes and gutters: With summer comes the summer storms and rain and they are the major culprits of sewer congestion and backups in the sewer line. Also, check for the roots of the trees invading the sewer line and any other debris blocking the drains. Clean and clear drains and gutters will allow the easy flow of rainwater and prevent leakages into your home, saving you from expensive repairs thereafter.
- Inspect the leakages: Your plumbing
- April 12, 2021
Toilet paper is a staple in every American household. According to Environment America, the average American uses 140 rolls of toilet paper every year, making us the world’s top toilet paper consumers. Toilet paper use is also a major factor in the increasing carbon footprint of Americans in the world. With an increase in awareness around environmental factors, people are looking for paperless options for personal hygiene and a TOTO Washlet is a life changing solution to this problem.
What is a TOTO Washlet?
Washlet is signature product of TOTO. This next generation electronic shower toilet seat gives a refreshing and
- April 02, 2021
A leaky toilet flapper is a common problem that homeowners face on regular basis. That annoying sound of trickling water indicates a leak in your toilet and an impending plumber visit to your house. Luckily, a quick inspection may be all that’s needed to locate the source of the leak. A leak with intermittent or constant trickling of water at the back of your toilet is generally due to a leaky flapper.
What is a Toilet Flapper?
A toilet flapper is a rubber seal between the toilet tank and the bowl. When the tank is flushed, the toilet flapper lifts upwards and allows water to rush to the toilet bowl. Over time, the flapper wears out - making the rubber seal harder, which lets water drip through the flapper valve even when the