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Bathrooms

Mold and Mildew - Prevent mold and mildew in your bathroom by using your bathroom fan when your shower is on.  Wipe down the shower stall every time you use it. Spray with a anti-mold and fungus bathroom air freshener.

Rotted Floors and Ruined Ceiling  - Prevent rotted floors and ceiling (and big costs to repair!) by cleaning out old caulk around tubs, tile, toilet and sink and replacing with new.  Scrape old caulk out with a plastic putty knife.  Clean thoroughly and dry.  Use a good quality caulk, follow directions on container.  Put a bead of caulk around fixture, smooth with dampened cloth over finger, clean any extra up immediately. We here to help you - your Action Mechanical Plumber.

Water Saving Tips - Prevent use of excessive water by installing water saving toilets and new shower heads.  New shower heads will save a family of four approximately $150 a year in water and heat bills and 10,000 gallons of water. We here to help you - your Action Mechanical Plumber.

Water Deposits - Prevent unsightly water deposits and lime build up by wiping off shower stall, tub and sink daily. When cleaning off already created deposits, carefully read the label of the products you are going to use.  Some will ruin the new finish on showers.  Some will ruin the chrome on faucets and drains.

Dripping Faucets - Prevent dripping faucets by turning faucets completely off every time you use them.  Faucets come in a wide variety of types.  Some leaks can be fixed by replacing a washer.  Some faucets have cartridges that can be replaced.  Some faucets cannot be fixed and must be replaced.  If your faucet must be replaced, call your friendly Action Mechanical Plumber.

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