Toilet repair is a complicated business, but every homeowner should have a rudimentary understanding of their toilet’s water piping and potential problem areas.
Toilets: we don’t go around talking about them, but we all know they serve a crucial function. We also all know it’s imperative that we keep our toilets in working order, for the sake of our water bill, our home’s infrastructure, and general sanitation purposes.
So you’ve done it. You’ve taken the plunge and moved into a new house, and it’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of. Right within your budget, locationally perfect, in a great school district, and with just the right amount of yard space to cater to your family’s lifestyle. And things are going great! Sure, it’s a little chaotic; everyone seems to be going through growing pains, but it’s all going according to plan.
Detecting the source of a leaky toilet can be somewhat of a challenge. You may attempt to solve the problem only to discover that there is still a leak. P&D Mechanical can help you identify where the leak is and provide a long-term solution for sealing it. Below are seven possible causes of toilet leaks and where they are located. If any of these are happening to you right now, call right away. We can help.
Bathrooms are by nature, hot spots, for the flow of water. This is why it is important to seal your bathroom so water doesn’t leak through. Leaky bathrooms contain mold, structural damage, and the threat of pest invasion.
Does your plumbing system meet the needs of your current workforce? As your business grows and you hire additional employees, your existing plumbing system may no longer be sufficient for your staff’s requirements. We can help you alleviate lines for the restroom and inadequate kitchen facilities by remodeling existing facilities and providing fixtures and plumbing extensions where you need them. P&D Mechanical delivers complete plumbing installation for commercial properties in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. Contact us today for kitchen and bathroom remodeling as well as plumbing system extension.
If you've recently bought a new house, you likely bought it because you like the overall design and expect to make some upgrades over the years, especially to make the bathroom more comfortable. If you bought an older house, you might have assumed with your offer that you're going to have to have the bathrooms remodeled. Either way, you'll need to speak with a professional contractor who specializes in bathroom remodeling and can change the basic functional bathroom into a luxurious spa where you'll enjoy spending your time.
Today's environmental concerns for conserving water and power demonstrates itself across the board in multiple industries and especially in architecture, building design in particular, and construction. Water and energy savings begin in the bathroom simply because that's where you use the most water and cause your water heater to run. Modern building design provides solutions which allow you to enjoy a luxurious space for bathing and preparing yourself for the day without using more water and power than necessary.
When it comes to bathroom remodels, it’s natural to want the best for your home. In fact, most homeowners who renovate their bathroom are pursuing a spa-like experience. They want a relaxing environment that can help alleviate their stresses. Although there are many ways to achieve a spa-like bathroom, incorporating a steam shower is one of the easiest ways to do so.
In some homes, the basement is an active living space family members use on a daily basis. In others, it’s either unused or a storage space for items used once per year and items that haven’t seen the light of day in ten years. More common is a combination of the two, a small finished room and a large unfinished area housing the water heater, HVAC system, laundry, and storage. Regardless of how you use your basement, there are ways to make your time there more pleasant than to simply go in as needed.
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