Need to test wires or a light switch but unsure which type of electrical tester to use? Find out the common types of electrical testers and how to use them.
Does your light switch feel hot to the touch? There could be many reasons for this, such as an overloaded switch or faulty wiring. Find out how to solve this.
Wondering why your light fixture is not working? Whether it’s a faulty lightbulb or a blown fuse, find out the 5 most common light fixture problems.
Lightbulb burned out? Find out how to replace a lightbulb, which type of lightbulb to buy, and how to extend the life of a new lightbulb.
Looking for a step-by-step guide for joining 2 pieces of wire together? Find out how to splice wires, the tools you’ll need, and some safety considerations.
What’s the function of a ball valve and why is it useful? Find out common issues with different types of ball valves and how to prevent issues in the future.
Expensive water bill this month? Learn about the most common reasons for a high water bill, such as a leaking toilet, and some tips on conserving water.
Are you constantly standing in a pool of water every time you shower? Find out how to clear a clogged shower drain and prevent clogs in the future.
Tired of using a plunger to clear a clogged toilet? Ditch that plunger and find out how to fix a clogged toilet bowl using baking soda and vinegar.
Don’t miss a bath just because a faucet is on the fritz. Whether the handles are leaking or there’s rust, find out when replacing a bathtub faucet makes sense.
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