Gooseneck pipes are common fixtures in bathroom sinks as well as other parts of the home. A gooseneck pipe contains a full 180-degree curve and is designed in order to prevent water from overflowing into areas that it's not meant to go and from flowing in reverse back to the surface of the sink. Occasionally, however, gooseneck pipes... read more >>
If you are facing problems with your PVC drain pipe, take immediate action to fix the problem. You can replace the drain yourself and save a lot of money in the process. It is not time consuming and can be completed within a few hours.
- Replacement drain pipe
- Hack saw
- Putty... read more >>
Hair clogged in a drain is a problem faced by many. Most often the hair gets clogged and forms a mesh thereby preventing water drainage. Sometimes the clog is very deep and it might require expert help to get rid of the problem. Unfortunately most of us tend to overlook the problem until the last moment when the problem becomes unbearable.... read more >>
In homes with older plumbing, trying to remove soap scum to prevent drain clogs can be a battle. Follow these tips to remove soap scum from the drain.
Tools and Materials Required
- Drano (TM) or similar chemical clog reducer
- Bell plunger
- Wrenches and screwdrivers
- Drain snake
- New drain stopper
- New... read more >>