Plumbing

Be afraid. Be very afraid.
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Lisa Teller is only a year-and-a-half old, but she doesn't live at home with her family. That's because her house - not far from Flagstaff, AZ - doesn't have clean, running water. Without it, she could get sick or even die.
These are the shops where I know I can find it all and do it fast. I am all about organization and quality; finding it all under one roof is the cherry on top!
STEP 3: Wait a few minutes and watch -- the water should break up the toilet paper, and the soap should help it slide down
The day after it was installed, I called Harry to tell him that he did an excellent job on the sink but that we ended up
You can catch the plumbing problem before it becomes a crisis, by following the maintenance tips below provided by Jeff and other plumbing nightmare survivors.
Oprah, anyone with an Internet connection knows by now, is also an amateur plumber. We know this because a photo of her peering into a toilet tank at her Maui home recently went viral.
I could still hear a little hiss, like it wasn't all the way off, but it looked like it was off. I turned the handle a little harder. No change. Harder. The water started coming out of the hose faster. I turned it the other way. No change. Turned it back. The stream became a torrent.
I was skeptical, so I drove to a nearby Home Depot store and went to the plumbing department, where I spoke with an associate
Sal Algaba took a windy route to becoming a plumber. Photo Credit: Chaz Hubbard/Youth Radio Sal Algaba is a plumber, but
With apologies to Nathaniel Hawthorne, who is dead and can't sue me, I live in the House of the Three Gables. When the vent in the main one, the Clark gable, was gone with the wind after a recent storm, my wife, Sue, asked me to fix it.
You want your large military-trained boyfriend around during a terrorist attack. A nerdy newspaper editor, on the other hand, is just going to slow you down.
We admit it, sometimes we wish we could DIY everything. But the reality is that there are some things that are better left
Detectives confirmed that the 6-inch fetus was human. Investigators will question a couple in their 60s who live at the home
If there's one thing we at Psychoplumbalysis Plumbers do better than any of our competitors, it's listening.
Chuck White, Vice President of Technical and Code Services for the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors Association, said
This was the Summer of the Broken and now Labor Day marks its official end. If the universe was sending me a message -- and I believe she was -- it is that I cannot forever ignore the sagging, splintered pieces of my life's machinery.
There is no way to be hardhearted about enormous poverty, yet it is equally impossible to be always heartbroken. We need, perhaps, soft hearts, hard eyes.
The college loan situation in America is a total mess, and so is the unemployment situation. As a country, it's a perfect time to start celebrating the kinds of jobs we need, college or no college.