Fixing a Slow Flushing Toilet

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Got a toilet that takes more than 3-4 seconds to flush? How about one that doesn’t completely flush? A slow or weak flush is a problem that thousands of homeowners face and there are a few reasons why it could be happening.  Not Enough Water In The Tank- If it seems like the water level in the tank is lower than where it should be, you may need to adjust the float to allow more water to enter. Since each …

How To Maximize Your Small Bathroom Space

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It’s time to start your springtime home improvement projects, and what better way to kick them off than by rearranging your bathroom to maximize space? Keeping a few important design ideas in mind, like creating consistency and focusing on functional areas, you’ll be able to transform any small bathroom. Reduce Clutter In The Center Having a small bathroom can be hard enough, and if you fill it with unnecessary accessories, it can make you feel even more cramped. Leave the …

Bathroom Fans

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If you could keep moisture off the walls and ceiling in the bathroom without opening a window, wouldn’t that be great? Especially when it’s colder outside. This is totally possible and doesn’t take too much effort. Upgrade to a larger bathroom exhaust fan to help.  Check for dust. You shouldn’t have to open a window to get rid of the moisture in your bathroom if you have an exhaust fan. If you do, however, you should check your fan. Open …

Deciding Which Plants to Put In Your Bathroom

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Plants are great for livening up a space and improving indoor air quality. But before you place any plants in your bathroom, make sure you know which ones can survive in high-humidity. Here is a list of the best plants to use in your bathroom.  Bamboo – Bamboo can add a spa-like quality to your bathroom and is very durable. It barely requires any soil to grow, little light, and is easy to care for.  Snake Plant – These also …

Bathroom Safety Tips

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Here are some tips to avoiding accidents in the bathroom:  Prevent slips and falls with non-slip mats on the floor and nonslip grips in your shower and tub.  Avoid using bath oils. While they may smell great, they can make your bathtub very slippery.  Check that your water heater is set to 120 degrees F. This will ensure your water heater is working efficiently and that your water is sufficiently warm without burning.  Keep your electrical appliances unplugged like hairdryers, …