Bathroom Sink Drain Pipe Size
| Updated February 4, 2024 | Published June 5, 2022

A typical bathroom sink has a drain size of 2 inches, while a shower stall uses a 3-inch drain line and larger tubs use a 4-in. pipe or even larger.

No Water Coming Out of Faucet
| Updated August 2, 2022 | Published June 1, 2022

If you just discover that your tap water doesn’t work and there is no water coming out of the faucet, there can be a few reasons. We’ll pinpoint each of them and what to do when running into this dilemma. 

Faucet Hole Sizes
| Updated April 19, 2023 | Published May 21, 2022

The standard size of a faucet hole is 1 ⅜ inch. This translates to 1.375 inches, or 35mm. Since this is considered to be the standard diameter of a faucet hole, you should assume that this is the measurement of your sink faucet hole unless the specification indicates otherwise.

Parts of a Water Heater
| Updated June 18, 2023 | Published May 19, 2022

The water heater is responsible for heating, storing, and supplying hot water to different parts of the home on demand, such as a showerhead, a kitchen faucet, or a bathtub. Here we look into the various parts of a water heater in more detail and how they work.

Parts of a Bathroom Sink
| Updated August 4, 2022 | Published April 13, 2022

Here we will break down the different parts of a bathroom sink and explain what purpose they have and how they work. You can also find this awesome 3D diagram of the major bathroom sink parts below.

Plumbing Rough In Cost
| Updated July 13, 2022 | Published March 27, 2022

The rough-in plumbing cost for the whole bathroom is about between $2000 to $5000. Factors that may affect the cost include the bathroom size, fixture numbers, your location, the reputation and experience of your plumber.

Cost to Drill a Well
| Updated July 13, 2022 | Published March 21, 2022

Drilling a well is typically a big expense, with the national average cost of drilling a well coming out at around $9000. However, assuming your well provides you with potable water, then you will have free water for many decades.

What Is the Standard Outdoor Faucet Size?
| Updated July 13, 2022 | Published August 5, 2021

Maybe you’re shopping for a garden hose and would like to know the standard size of an outdoor faucet. Or you’re building a house and would want one for your new home. Whatever the case may be, you’ve been researching the standard size of an outdoor faucet. Well, we got you covered as this article will help you learn about the size of outdoor faucets, or commonly known as hose bibs. 

Types of Outdoor Faucets
| Updated August 1, 2023 | Published July 17, 2021

Outdoor faucets are paid little attention until they go wrong. They offer a convenient water supply in the backyard that makes it easy to irrigate plants, wash hands or fill up children’s paddling pools. Most people take their outdoor faucets for granted and don’t realize how beneficial they are until they find themselves without one.

Pfister vs. Moen Faucets
| Updated August 1, 2023 | Published July 16, 2021

If you’re fitting out your kitchen or bathroom with new faucets, then you’ll want to ensure you choose an option that is going to be high-quality, stylish, and offers good value for money. Both Pfister and Moen are well-respected manufacturers of faucets, and it might be difficult to figure out that brand of faucet will represent the best choice for you. Here we investigate the differences between the two bathroom and kitchen faucet companies and compare them to each other based on important factors, such as price, design, and innovation.

Bathroom Exhaust Fan Leaking Water When It Rains
| Updated June 19, 2023 | Published June 25, 2021

Water leaking from your bathroom exhaust fan may be one of the first signs you get that you’re facing a bigger problem. You may notice that the leaking is even more pronounced when it rains or as the ice thaws in spring. Your best bet is to get to the bottom of what is causing the problem and to resolve it fast.

How Far Should the Faucet Extend into the Bathroom Sink?
| Updated April 20, 2023 | Published June 22, 2021

The distance the faucet extends into the bathroom sink, or the faucet reach is typically 6 inches; this space is good enough to prevent water from splashing. You can also find some models with a reach from 4 inches to 8.5 inches.