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Replacing Your Toilet

Posted by Monica Levy on Aug 7, 2018 10:50:40 AM

Your toilet, like anything else in your home, needs to be replaced over time. However, people are often unsure when a new toilet is needed or when a simple fix is possible. While toilets themselves tend to last a while, their individual parts tend to need maintenance often. Here are some signs that you may need to replace your toilet:

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How to Unclog a Toilet, The Right Way!

Posted by Monica Levy on Aug 7, 2018 9:48:24 AM

Many of us own a plunger, and know how to use it if need be. However, what many don't know is that while using a plunger or other method to unclog your toilet, there are certain things you need to be aware of. Knowing how to properly unclog your toilet will save you from creating a larger problem in your toilet.

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What You Know & Don't Know About Your Toilet

Posted by Monica Levy on Aug 7, 2018 9:48:06 AM

If you're reading this article, or exist in the 21st century, chances are you have a toilet. Most people know general facts about their toilet, like how to use it and how to clean it. However, few people understand how their toilet actually works. The way a toilet works is fairly simple:

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Choosing the Right Toilet Flapper

Posted by Monica Levy on Aug 7, 2018 9:47:45 AM

Ensuring you have the correct toilet flapper installed is vital, as it will help prevent leaks in your bathroom. If an incorrect or ill-fitting toilet flapper is installed, your toilet can not only leak and waste water, but it can cost you money as well. When visiting a home improvement store you will find a daunting variety of toilet flappers, so it is essential that you know how to purchase the right one. If the wrong toilet flapper is installed, your toilet will not flush properly, or may use more water than designed to.

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Tags: home protection, toilet flapper leak, toilet tank leak, toilet leak

Common Toilet Problems & Solutions

Posted by Monica Levy on Aug 7, 2018 9:47:19 AM

Some of the top plumbing problems homeowner's face have to do with an extremely integral part of the home, the toilet. Most homes have multiple toilets, meaning that the risk of water damage from a toilet is twice or even three times as likely. To add to that, there are a number of different things that can go wrong with your toilet. Keep reading to learn more about common toilet issues and how to fix them!

Or, click here to learn more about How Your Toilet Works.

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Tags: toilet flapper leak, toilet supply line failure, toilet supply line leaks, toilet leak

How to Fix a Leaky Toilet Flapper

Posted by Monica Levy on Jul 30, 2018 11:18:28 AM

Compared to other leaks that can happen in your home, a toilet flapper leak is one that will cause a good deal of frustration. The steady trickle of water you hear when the bathroom hasn't been used in hours will not only waste water, but money too. Keep reading to learn more about how easy it is to replace a leaky toilet flapper!

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Water Damage: What's Covered By Insurance?

Posted by Monica Levy on Jul 24, 2018 4:21:34 PM

Damaging water leaks are one of the most frequent and severe issues homeowners face, at ~30% of total and $9.1B in the US alone. Currently, water damage claims are the second most common insurance claim filed among policy holders.

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Tags: home protection, catastrophic water leaks, water damage, water leak detectors

Water Hero Saves the Day!

Posted by Monica Levy on Jul 24, 2018 4:20:17 PM

Most people would acknowledge that a water leak is not what you want in your home. However, most people tend to underplay the severity of a water leak until it happens to them. Water leaks are usually unexpected, and can be extremely damaging to not only the foundation of your home, but also to your personal belongings, many times costing over $30K in damage and taking a few months or more to repair.

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Tags: home protection, catastrophic water leaks, leak detection systems, water leak detectors

A Guide to Dealing with Small Apartment Leaks

Posted by Monica Levy on Jul 24, 2018 4:19:56 PM

Leaks are some of the most frequently occurring, yet troublesome problems homeowners face. Water leaks can be even more troublesome and difficult to address when you're a renter. Keep reading to make sure you know what to do when faced with a small apartment leak!

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Tags: water hero, water damage, automatic water shutoff system, leak detection systems

Save Water, Save Money

Posted by Monica Levy on Jul 24, 2018 4:18:44 PM

Using water in your home is inescapable. We use water for everything from lawn care and gardening to washing our clothes, dishes, and even ourselves. While using water in your day to day activities may be unavoidable, reducing your water consumption is possible. By reducing the amount of water used in these activities, you are not only conserving water, but you are also doing yourself a huge favor that you will realize when the water bill arrives. Here are some tips to help reduce water usage in your home:

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