Monthly Archives: September 2021
- September 30, 2021
What is a flush valve?
The flush valve is located in the middle of the toilet tank. It includes the overflow tube, the hole where water enters the bowl when the toilet is flushed, and the rubber tank ball or flapper that covers the hole when the tank is full.
How to detect a broken flush valve?
If your flush valve is broken, you will notice water leaking out from the toilet tank. Begin to address the problem by replacing the flapper first. If that doesn’t seem to work, then replace the flush valve to stop the leakage. This guide will help you replace the flush valve in 7 simple steps:
- September 14, 2021
Whether you are building a new bathroom or upgrading your existing one, you will come across an array of options for various bathroom fixtures. The showerhead is no exception, and your choices for them will be based on size, spray pattern, water pressure and more. This guide will help you pick the right showerhead for your aesthetic taste and plumbing fittings.
These are the four most popular categories of showerheads available. You can pick the one that works best for you.
1. Wall mount: Out of the upcoming three categories, wall mount showerhead is the most common option. It’s fixed in the wall above the shower faucet and is of maximum 5 inches in size. You can’t change the height of the showerhead as it is fixed on the wall. However, you can move the direction of the spray and customize the pattern of sprays in specific models. This is
- September 01, 2021
Bathtubs add to the luxury and comfort of your bathroom. Soaking yourself in a warm bath after a long day soothes and rejuvenates you. If you are planning to buy a bathtub for your new bathroom or just dreaming about possible bathroom upgrades, there are few important factors that you must consider when picking the right bathtub for your bathroom.
Bathtubs are available in a variety if sizes and shape. Make sure you have the right measurements with you, and that you know the tub’s orientation and water connection layout while heading out to buy one for your bathroom. Also, consider your height and purpose of buying a bathtub. A standard bathtub is 60 inches long and 32 inches wide. If you are more than 6 feet tall, buy a bathtub that is 70 inches long. These tubs have more depth than the standard tub, usually greater than 16 inches. Therefore, if you dream of a comfortable soaking tub, consider