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How Far Does a Toilet Stick Out From the Wall?

How Far Does a Toilet Stick Out From the Wall?

When you are installing a toilet, you'll want to know how far it sticks out from the wall. Generally, toilets need 15 inches of clearance from the wall, plus the thickness of the wall, if you are adding tile. For example, a drywall wall with 3/8" mosaic tile would...

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How to Use Snow to Flush Toilet?

How to Use Snow to Flush Toilet?

Have you ever wondered about How to Use Snow to Flush Toilet? When melted snow or lake water melts on the ground, you can simply dump it into the toilet bowl. Then, using the handle on the toilet, you can flush the toilet. This method is more efficient than using a...

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What is a Skirted Toilet?

What is a Skirted Toilet?

A skirted toilet can be a great choice for your bathroom if you have an exposed trapway and want to hide it from sight. This is a common problem with new bathrooms. It's also a good way to hide the toilet supply, which fills the tank with water after a flush. A...

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Why Is Pipes Knocking When Toilet is Flushed?

Why Is Pipes Knocking When Toilet is Flushed?

Knocking pipes can be a common problem that requires professional help. While the problem might seem simple, it may be indicative of other problems in your plumbing system. Here are a few reasons why pipes may be knocking. Clogged pipes, loose valves, and water...

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How to Flush Toilet With Frozen Pipes?

How to Flush Toilet With Frozen Pipes?

Frozen pipes can thaw out by flushing the toilet. You should also turn on other faucets to help warm the pipe. First, isolate the line to the toilet. The toilet line feeds the main line. You can use a heat source to warm the frozen pipe. How to tell if your toilet...

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