Do i need to replace wet drywall from an overflowed toilet?

Answer On One Hand: Consider RisksIf you don't replace the wet drywall from an overflowed toilet, the water damage can cause unsightly wrinkling in your bathroom wall and make the damaged section brittle ... Read More »

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How to Fix an Overflowed Toilet Stuffed by Toilet Paper?

Toilets rely on gravity and pressure to help clear waste through the lines. The typical opening of a toilet's waste pipe can be between 3” and 4” in size; enough to handle most waste, but easil... Read More »

A careless 2nd floor tenant clogged his toilet which overflowed unnoticed for 6 hours As a result there was 7000 in damages caused to the apartment below Who is responsible?

Answer This is probably answered by reading the rental/lease agreement. Tenants are generally responsible for damage caused by a stoppage that occurs during their tenancy unless the stoppage is du... Read More »

Gas pump overflowed, did I overreact?

You do not realize that the gasoline on the ground was not the great fire hazard you perceived. It would have taken a flame, or a lit cigarette to ignite it once it had settled into the puddle. W... Read More »

How do i replace corner drywall tape?

Removing the Old TapeCut out the old tape with a razor blade carefully to avoid cutting too deep into the existing drywall. Remove all old, damaged tape and joint compound with a drywall knife unti... Read More »