Anaheim and Moen have issued a garbage disposal recall for disposals sold in the United States and Canada due to an impact hazard. Consumers should stop using the recalled garbage disposals immediately and contact Anaheim Manufacturing to arrange for a free replacement and installation.
If you’re considering doing home plumbing repairs on your shower or sink, eventually you may need a plunger. There are several types of plungers on the market, so eventually the question arises, “What type of plunger should I buy?” It’s important to have the right tool for the job and we’ve explained the different types of plungers below.
We’ve updated our list of faucet manufacturers supplying the United States and North America for 2017. Many of these faucet manufacturers will be available at major home supply stores. Local plumbing suppliers can also help you buy these faucets. You may also be able to buy directly from the manufacturer or from online sources.
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The EPA Fix a Leak Week runs from March 20 through 26, 2017 to remind residents to check home water systems for costly and wasteful water leaks. Leaks in an average household can waste more than 10,000 gallons of water every year. That’s more than 1 trillion gallons wasted nationwide. Continue reading Fix a Leak Week Tips and Information
Plumbing books can be a good addition to the do-it-yourself bookshelf. We’ve taken a look at all of the plumbing books for sale in 2017 and made our recommendations of the best ones for you to consider buying.
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Bronze faucets resist corrosion better than standard bathroom fixtures, but they still require regular maintenance to keep them in good shape. Here are some ways you can keep your bronze faucets looking new.
If you’ve been impressed with the automatic faucets in public restrooms, you can get the same convenience at home.
The EZFaucet can attach to your existing faucet and is turned on or off when an infrared sensor detects movement.
EZFaucet claims you can save up to 70% on water usage due to the reduction in water use when people are soaping up, lathering and drying their hands.
It can be puzzling to look at the array of faucets in the hardware store and try to pick out the best one. Prices are all over the place, but there is a reason for that. Although many faucets look alike, they’re not created equal on the inside. Faucets made of better materials, such as copper or brass, will carry a higher price. But they also offer better performance and a longer life.
Styling can also effect the price. Just like you will pay extra for a flashy new car, you will see the prices of the more stylish lines are higher than their more humble cousins. But you can also expect that the flashy designs carry top-rate parts. So take a close look at what you’re paying for and make sure you do spend a little extra to get a durable fixture.