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Butts and Bidet Attachments, a 2023 Love Story

Butts and Bidet Attachments, a 2023 Love Story In a world where cleanliness reigns supreme, one bathroom fixture has emerged as the unsung hero of hygiene. Yes, we’re talking about bidet toilet attachments, those marvelous contraptions that have revolutionized how we handle our business. Prepare to embark on a journey through the whimsical world of …

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Tips for Renovating on a Budget in 2023

As an interior designer of almost twenty years, I know first-hand how renovating your home can be a great way to improve its functionality, increase its overall value, and enhance its aesthetic. But it can also be expensive, especially in today’s economic climate. Luckily, I’ve got several ways you can renovate on a slim budget …

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Galvanized Pipe to PEX Pipe – Step by Step Guide to Replace

If you own an older home built before the 1980s, you’re most likely dealing with old galvanized steel plumbing. Just because you haven’t had an issue yet, doesn’t mean you won’t soon. These old galvanized pipes are a Converting from galvanized pipe to PEX pipe will be much better in the long run and will …

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From Cast-Iron to Stainless-Steel: How to Replace Your Kitchen Sink

Small things like updating handles, adding a backsplash, or rolling on a new coat of paint can transform your kitchen.  Another great option is to replace your kitchen sink with a new stainless kitchen sink. Upgrading is a great option, especially if you’ve got an old, rusty cast-iron sink. But how do you replace an …

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Bathroom Renovations Don’t Have to Be Expensive: Tips from a Pro

Bathrooms are one of my favorite rooms in a home to renovate. They’re often small, so there’s not a lot of square footage to drive up the time and cost. However, bathrooms also have some of the most expensive fixtures in the whole house. But you can revamp your bathroom with any budget, and I’ll …

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Dishwasher Not Filling With Water: Causes & Fixes

Dishwashers are essential home appliances that simplify doing dishes for most owners. Improper working of the device is a major inconvenience to kitchen efficiency. Like all electric gadgets, dishwashers can stop working for various reasons. A common mishap is when the washer fails to fill up with water. For a long time, this phenomenon made …

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Dishwasher Not Draining: Causes and Fixes

Every home needs a dishwasher to speed up dish cleaning and help maintain a clean kitchen. With such an important task to perform, your dishwasher must function optimally. Unfortunately, this is never guaranteed. It fails and disappoints at the least expected times, just like any mechanical and electric device. One common dishwasher error is when …

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Bathroom Sink Leaking from Underneath: Causes and Fixes

No one loves waking up to a puddle of water under their sink. Both bathroom and kitchen sink leakage are unpleasant. Even so, it is common for such issues to occur. Fortunately, sink leakages are easy to handle, even without professional help. Defective P-traps, clogged supply lines, and poor drain pipe connections often cause leaks …

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How to Install a Hot Water Recirculating System

If you are like me, having hot showers every morning is a must. Therefore, having a recirculating system is essential.  These systems are efficient and offer value for money. Unfortunately, they are a bit expensive. You can save a ton of money if you install it yourself. Installing a Recirculating Hot Pump Without a Technician …

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