My Leaking Toilet is Rotting the Wood Underneath?

Answer A leaking toilet can cause some serious water damage to a property, beyond just cascading through the ceiling of the room below the bathroom. If the water damage goes unnoticed or is unaddressed fo... Read More »

Top Q&A For: My Leaking Toilet is Rotting the Wood Underneath

Which way do you twist the valve underneath the toilet to turn off the water Left or right facing toilet?

Do you like to have your toilet paper roll over the top or from underneath?

Always roll from the top. When rolled from underneath, the fingers contact the wall/tiles/brickwork, this is a cause of cross contamination with multi-users. After all, who EVER disinfects the area... Read More »

How do I prevent a composite wood deck from rotting?

InstallationSelect a composite wood deck that the manufacturers made with a zinc preservative to prevent the wood cells from rotting. When you install the deck, leave gaps between the boards to all... Read More »

My Toilet Is Leaking From the Floor?

A leaking toilet can cause damage not only to the bathroom's floor but also to the room below the toilet, the subfloor and floor joists. Once you discover the toilet leaking, take steps to stop the... Read More »