Product and Book Reviews
Not sure what kind of flush valve to buy? Interested in learning more about plumbing but not sure which book to buy? This section contains reviews on books and new plumbing products.
Snaking sink and tub lines is one of the most common service calls people make to plumbers. Even people who own hand augers (snakes) call, because their tools just down have enough power or length to break the clog. Ridge has come to the rescue for DIYers, with their Power Spin hand snake. Unlike normal hand augers, the power spin has an added feature that allows the users to connect the snake to a power drill.
The following review is for the Waxman Consumer Group's Mini Pro Plunger. At a little over 7-inches tall, it is probably one of the smallest plungers on the market.
Cordless power tools are must haves for plumbers. Whether it be working in a flooded basement or out in a snow covered front yard, there are a lot of occasions that make running extension cords unsafe or just not possible. The following review covers reciprocating saws, drills and circular saws.
The following review concerns the Kohler Antique series of faucets. The review looks at three different models in the series.
Black and Decker has long been a name to trust in home improvement. This review looks at their latest installment of their guide to plumbing.
GE has long been respected for putting out dependable appliances and home electronics. The following is a review of their line of water softeners.