A hot shower or bath should be relaxing, but if you’re dealing with an injury that makes it difficult to stand for long periods, or you’re concerned about slip-and-falls, it may be more anxiety inducing. These simple, affordable steps can make your shower or tub safer.
It’s happened to all of us. One day you’re enjoying a relaxing bath, and you look over and notice peeling caulk and creeping spots of black mold growing in the corner of your tub. Fortunately, re-caulking a bath or shower is an easy DIY job, but getting a perfect finish like professionals ca…
Changing your bathroom hardware can make a major impact without breaking the bank, and a faucet is the perfect place to add some personality to the room. These four bathroom sink faucets are sure to make a statement.
When your shower drain becomes clogged, your first instinct might be to reach for a chemical clog remover—until you read the safety warnings on the back of the bottle. Chemical clog removers don’t just pose a threat to your safety, but can also eat away at your pipes over time. Here are two …
Evenly colored, clean, well-mixed grout without cracks can be the difference between a tiled floor or backsplash looking like a million bucks or downright dreary. While some grout problems are easy to fix—we like a simple baking soda and vinegar mixture for cleaning—cracked, unevenly colored…
The toilet in your bathroom might one day feature a night light, a seat warmer, and even a remote control.
Bathtub and shower problems range from minor inconveniences to costly damage from leaks. Some issues are fixed with a little drain cleaner, while others require the help of a professional plumber. Here are three common tub and shower problems that a professional should solve.
Great bathroom flooring can brighten the entire space, but finding functional, stylish flooring that withstands water damage can be challenging. We’ve analyzed the pros and cons of three great flooring options to simplify your renovation.
A toilet that just won’t stop running is an annoying problem almost every homeowner will face. Fortunately, there are a few simple steps that can help you fix it.
No one wants to start the day by getting reading in a claustrophobic bathroom, but you don’t need to knock out a wall to make your tiny bathroom look bigger. Here are 6 ways to create the illusion of more space.