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Posts Tagged ‘toilet leaks’


Simple Toilet Fixes

Monday, March 24th, 2014

Simple Toilet Do-It-Yourself Project

How to Fix a Running Tоilеt

toiletIf you have a ѕtаndаrd tоilеt, and аrе tirеd оf hearing continuous running water, thеrе are several simple ѕоlutiоnѕ that might fix thiѕ рrоblеm. Not оnlу will уоu rid yourself of an annoying nоiѕе, уоu may аlѕо notice a ѕаvingѕ оn уоur water bill.
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Summer Is Coming – Water Conservation Tips for Your Home

Monday, March 17th, 2014

Water Conservation Tips For Your Home

water-conservationWater is our most precious resource. Most of us have probably studied “Water Cycle” models at different times and it’s unlikely that we ever worry over whether there will be water coming from our faucet when we turn it on.

The fact remains that in most regions of the United States droughts and “Water Restrictions” have become part of our way of life. It’s also a fact that we need to be more aware of that and try to be smarter about how we use our water and not waste it. (more…)

How To Check A Toilet For Leaks

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013

What’s the best way to check for toilet leaks?

Why is Your Toilet Leaking?

Toilet leaks can be wasteful and expensive. At least once a year, check your toilet for leaks by adding a small amount of red food coloring to the tank, and then check the toilet bowl in about 15 minutes.

If the toilet has not been flushed and the water in the toilet bowl is colored red (even slightly colored red or pink), then water is seeping through from the tank.
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