Do I need a permit to replace a sink or a toilet?

Answer On One Hand: Probably Not RequiredMany municipalities allow homeowners to repair, replace and maintain fixtures in their homes without obtaining a professional license or building permit. There is ... Read More »

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My driver's permit was stolen with my wallet. How do I replace the permit?

Go to the DMV and they can give you a new one. It will cost money though. I don't know what the permits look like but in my state it is just a piece of paper with your signature on it, but I wouldn... Read More »

Does a Sink Need to Match the Toilet?

Whether you're building a bathroom from the ground up or renovating an existing bathroom, it's important to create a theme in the space that reflects your style preferences. While most traditional ... Read More »

In an ADA bathroom, how far away from the toilet does the sink have to be?

For ADA-compliant bathrooms, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that a sink not impede the turning area for wheelchairs, which is a 60-inch radius or a T-shaped turning area with 36... Read More »

Does tape across a sink/toilet mean something specific?

The blue tape means that the house has been winterized. The pipes have been drained and the hot water heater.