Expert Advice on Improving Your Home

Ask Danny | Ep. 23: Dripping Faucets and Draining a Water Heater

Master plumber Artie McGowan is back to provide answers to more common plumbing problems, like dripping faucets and long waits for hot water.  

Ask Danny | Ep. 22: Low Water Pressure and Other Plumbing Predicaments (Part 1)

Master plumber Artie McGowan offers solutions to common plumbing problems, like low water pressure and clogged drains.

5 Ways to Stop Wasting Your Water

Water conservation is fast becoming a priority for many homeowners. Adopt these simple water saving measures to cut your home’s water usage.

Today’s Homeowner Radio Podcast | August 6, 2022

In this week's radio show, hear our suggestions for matching wood posts to vinyl, cleaning old wallpaper, and more.

Spa Bathroom Ideas: 5 Ways to Create a Relaxing Retreat

Need ideas to turn your boring bathroom into a spa? These simple changes can transform any bathroom from a routine stop to a serene sanctuary!
Closeup, overhead view of a toilet, mid-flush, as cash goes down the drain

How to Fix a Running Toilet

Wondering how to fix a running toilet? Watch this video to learn the two best methods: replacing the flapper valve or adjusting the water level in the tank.

How to Replace a Toilet Flapper Valve

Have a constantly running commode? The toilet flapper valve can crack and warp, which causes water to leak. Watch this video for the easy fix.
Water running over a garbage disposal

Drain Clog Dissolving Solution

Many of you are in the middle of spring cleaning and one chore around the house that you should definitely consider tackling is unclogging those slow draining kitchen or bathroom sinks.  There are a lot of cleaners out there that boast how powerful they are, but what we often see is how powerful their chemical smell is!  That’s not a problem with Green Gobblers Drain Clog Dissolver!

Create a Support Platform with an Ironing Board

If you’ve ever had to work inside a sink cabinet, you know it can be a real pain. The kitchen floor is three or four inches lower than the inside of the cabinet and the hard edge at the bottom of the cabinet hits you right in the middle of the back or on your neck. What you need is a platform.