Bathroom plumbing can be intimidating, but the steps for this particular situation are fairly straightforward. Almost all hardware stores and home improvement centers carry the parts you’ll need for this project. In this blog, you’ll learn how to troubleshoot and repair a running toilet.
We’ve all been there. The sink starts to take a little longer to drain. The water starts to pool around your feet in the shower. Unpleasant odors begin to creep into your home. Then, all of a sudden, your drain is completely clogged. If you don’t do something soon, your pipes might burst or worse – you can't use your bathroom.
As a homeowner, it’s important to understand the potential damage from a leak. If left unrepaired, it can result in wastewater – encouraging unwanted growth and smells in your home. However, preventing this kind of damage isn’t always straightforward (especially for homeowners with little to no plumbing experience).