She was beaten and tied to a fence by an extension cord, left in pain

How To Keep Your Bathroom Plumbing Working Properly

Owning your own home should be one of those things that makes you ready to take on the world because it's such a huge accomplishment. Unfortunately, you usually end up being nervous about everything, especially your bathroom plumbing.

Some of you might wonder what's so problematic about the plumbing in the bathroom compared to the rest of the house. Well, it really has to do with the usual "life functions" that take place in the bathroom. The last thing the plumbing in that room needs to have is a problem because the last thing we want in our home is the stuff inside the plumbing.

The problem that a lot of homeowners have is that they are not very experienced when it comes to working on the plumbing in their home, regardless of the room. When it comes to the bathroom, we have fairly rudimentary knowledge of how to use a plunger, but in the back of our minds, we really don't want to have to deal with that prospective mess. Still, you're a homeowner now, which means you really have to be on top of things. Your home depends on your elbow grease to keep doing its thing, so enough of sticking your head in the ground - it's time to get to work.

Here are a few very basic tips on keeping your bathroom plumbing working properly:

Always Be On The Lookout for Drips & Leaks - Listen to your toilet after you flush and watch your faucet after you've washed your hands. Do you hear or see drips? If so, you're seeing two things: 1) a symptom of something that has to be fixed; and 2) money down the drain. You would be shocked to know how much water is wasted due to small leaks.

Try To Prevent Clogs and Blockages - Most clogs and blockages in your bathroom drains are caused by greasy build-up, hair, and other yucky stuff. Try your best to lessen the amount of these things by using traps.

Check Fixtures for Cracks and Leaks - So, you're an amateur plumber, but that does not mean you can't see something that isn't quite right. Take a flashlight and look your bathroom fixtures for any developing cracks and leaks. The compromise of the actual fixture can interrupt the basic function of your plumbing.

Be As Proactive As Possible - If there is one place to be a little over the top in terms of trying to get ahead of things, it's your bathroom. Find out if you have hard water. Check for limescale. If you are in an older home, think about upgrading the vanity plumbing. Give your bathroom every chance it can have to run well.

Your bathroom plumbing doesn't have to be a menace to your peace of mind. Even with little to no knowledge of plumbing, you can actually do a lot to keep your bathroom plumbing operating the way it should. In the event that a problem may still occur, be proactive and seek out a local plumber with a stellar reputation & great service. Having a professional on your side is always a good bet.

Having bathroom plumbing issue?

She was beaten and sprayed with paint. Has strangulation marks around her neck. Was tied to a fence by an extension cord, left in an alley in Watts LA.

She is in extremely poor condition. Cries when you press your hand to her face. We believe she may have been assaulted by a gang or used as initiation. Has open sores on her belly and leg, with a large welt on the side of her forehead.

Currently we are on the way to the hospital, to admit her for emergency care and X-rays. While she can move, she is in critical and extensive pain. Damaged and defeated. Wounded - but still amazingly compassionate.

We named her Avery. Contact us for more update

The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation
14456 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, California 91423
Phone: +1 747-998-5568
A toilet leaking in your home can feel like an albatross around your neck. While it may not necessarily require an epic poem to be written about your struggles, toilet issues certainly weigh you down in a way that most things in life just won't.

Part of the reason why a leaking toilet can be such a downer is because a large percentage of us just don't know how best to address the issue. Unless we were given a crash-course in plumbing as kids, we just don't have the know-how. It's also frustrating because when you consider what a toilet really is in terms of its parts, there's nothing to it. You're looking at a big hunk of porcelain with only a few moving parts inside the tank. And yet, finding a toilet leak can be like trying to find the Fountain of Youth.

It's important to remain calm. No good can come from working aggressively or scatterbrained. A toilet leaking doesn't have to hurt your relationship with your family. The first thing you must do is turn off the water to the toilet. The water in the toilet is actually helpful because it gives you something you can use to find the leak. Also, you're trying to avoid water damage as even the smallest leak can lead to big structural issues if ignored long enough. In some extreme cases, you may need to shut-off the water to the entire house. Whether it's to the toilet or to the house, you want to be sure you know how to shut the water off before you have a problem. That's the type of "learning on the job" you want to avoid.

Grab a flashlight and start inspecting the toilet. Have some towels around to help keep things as dry as possible while you get on the floor to really inspect the nooks and crannies of your toilet. Make a slow path from top to bottom or vice-versa. Check the water supply line connection as it meets the toilet tank, and then check the line as it meets the wall at supply valve. Maybe the actual problem area is the point where the fixture is connected at the floor to the toilet anchor flange (closet flange). The wax ring seal may need replacing.

Finally, the toilet leaking issue is acknowledged & identified, and it seems as though you could probably fix the leak yourself. Or can you? As a homeowner, it's your job to do the best you can for your home, and sometimes this means getting a professional tradesman involved. The last thing you want to do is make an issue worse, and if your toilet is leaking, you want to keep it at only that and nothing more. What's more, a professional plumber can take the information you provide (based on your inspection), and use it to help pinpoint the problem & make the necessary repair Having a professional plumber help out is also great because if they run into a snag, they have the knowledge and experience to find their way out of the bind & keep moving forward. You might not be as lucky.

Just remember that if you have a toilet leaking, don't ignore it. Do what you can to help the situation, and always be ready to call a reliable plumber to make sure the job is done right the first time.

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1 Response to "She was beaten and tied to a fence by an extension cord, left in pain"

  1. THIS ABSOLUTELY SHATTERS MY SOUL! POOR AVETY, I JUST WANT TO LOVE HER FOREVER AND SHOW HER A FOREVER LOVING LIFE FULL OF JOY HAPPINESS LOVE AND COMPASSION! WTF IS WRONG WITH PEOPLE! A GANG , REALLY? PUNK ASSES TO BEAT ON A INNOCENT DEFENCELESS ANIMAL THEY ARE THE BIGGEST PUNK BITCHES! I WISH THEYDE COME TRY TO BEAT ME LIKE THAT, WORTHLESS POS SOB! SHARING BEAUTIFUL SWEET AVERY FAR AND WIDE ACROSS MULTIPLE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS WITH PRAYERS, COMFORTING LOVE AND HOPES OF A FULL SPEEDY RECOVERY! SGES TRULY BREAKING MY HEART! CAN YOU PLEASE KISS HER GENTLY FOR ME, AND LET HER KNOW SHE'S NOT ALONE, EVER! GOD I WISH I WAS BACK HOME IN LA, IS 'VE THERE RIGHT NOW! KEEP FIGHTING BABY GIRL, WE LOVE YOU SWEETHEART!

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