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Confused about shower faucets? Most tub and shower faucets have outlets for both the bathtub and a shower head. A dedicated bath shower faucet only comes with hot and cold-water inlets and one outlet for the shower head. Advancements in faucet technology have made most shower faucet repairs very easy.

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If your house has a septic tank, regular septic cleaning needs to be part of your schedule. Putting wrong materials into your septic system will create septic tank problems. Get a septic system inspection to be sure your septic system is being properly maintained.

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When selecting a new bathtub or remodeling a bathroom, you have a variety of choices - corner bathtubs, cast iron bathtubs, clawfoot bathtubs. Other options include bathtub refinishing, such as bathtub reglazing, or walk-in bathtubs

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Replacing toilet parts is a job that most home owners can tackle. Flush toilet parts are readily available and most use similar replacement toilet parts.

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Selecting the right tub faucet is a major decision. There are antique tub faucets, roman tub faucets, claw foot tub faucets and more. But is the tub faucet the first item to select? Or is it the tub?

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Replacing a shower head, or if you have to fix a leaking shower head, is not a difficult job if you use the right tools. Shower heads can be a source of water leaks if the proper pipe sealant is not used.

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Tim Carter demonstrates why the size of your overmount stainless steel sink determines whether you should install your sink before or after the countertop is in place. Sinks come in various sizes. Check your kitchen sink before you install the countertop.

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