Hard Water and What To Do About It

If you have hard water in your home, you may know it can do damage to pipes and stain tubs and toilets, leaving a rust colored mark over time. Hard water doesn't taste very good, and it's hard to get a good lather with soap while in the shower. Hard water, which contains minerals such as calcium and magnesium, can leave a residue or film on your skin as well. Installing a water softener in your home is one of the best ways to address the problem.

Effects of Hard Water

How to Fix Running Toilets and Other Plumbing Tips

When it comes to plumbing, it seems like something is always going wrong, which can be very annoying if you have to waste time and money calling a plumber to fix the issue. Thankfully, you can fix most small plumbing issues. With a little bit of knowledge, you can fix almost any small, frequently occurring plumbing problem in your home. Here are a few common issues, and what you can do to fix them.

Slow Moving Drain

Enunciating Composting Toilets as Bathroom Décor Element

Each family has different need and this is predominantly subject to the presence of children in the house. For instance, ‘potty training’ is a must for those families that have toddlers loitering around the house. You will need to analyze the toilet seat’s height at first and then proceed with the training procedure. With the availability of types of composting toilets that have ‘self-contained units’ you will find your child struggling with reaching the height of such seats and footrest or ‘built-in stools’ will also cramp the child’s attempt to get trained with ease.

How Flushable are "Flushable Wipes"?

Are flushable wipes the way to go?

In recent years, the concept of "flushable wipes" has exploded in America. Flushable wipes are basically exactly what they sound like: a moist wipe that supposedly can be flushed down the toilet with no consequences or concerns. They are, essentially, a combination of a moist towelette and toilet paper. Flushable wipes were originally designed for baby care; an easy way to clean up your child when changing a diaper, which you can simply throw down the toilet when you're done.

Composting Toilet Range for Bathroom Décor

People always look for change and the advancement in all applications of technology has given birth to products and services that offer a blend of comfort and efficiency. One of the simple day-to-day examples of this advancement is the use of ‘composting toilets’ which are gaining much demand by the day. They are highly eco-friendly and help in conservation of water. These are also useful in controlling soil pollution. You will be able to maintain the sewers and septic systems using this new toilet approach.

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Five Top Tips for Small Bathroom Design

The smallest room in the house may be too small for your liking, but you can create a stunning bathroom in the tiniest space. Small bathroom design requires some creativity and flair but by using a few of these tips you’re well on your way to developing a stylish and functional room. Here’s how to improve your bathroom, cut clutter, and give the illusion of more space without breaking the bank.

Bathroom, Windows & Privacy

The bathrooms in our homes tend to have a go-to design. Most bathrooms will have four walls, a door, a shower, a toilet, and a sink. They often leave out windows entirely. Why? We are a private people who don’t want our neighbors, family, or passing people to watch as we use the toilet, shower, or dress. It’s an uncomfortable thought; the idea that our bathrooms leave us vulnerable to wandering eyes, so we design our bathrooms to be stark rooms that focus on functional use and increased privacy.

9 Ways to Save Money on Bathroom Remodeling

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With a down economy and a low employment rate still prevalent in the US, it is wise for one to mindful of every penny he spends on things. Money does not grow on trees and every American should always save in case unfavorable conditions arise. Home improvements cost money and if home owners are not engaged in any planning and budgeting initiatives before they dive into the remodeling activity, he might end up on the losing end with mounds of debt and an unfinished home.


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