Nearly every homeowner has a plumbing issue at one time or another. Your home’s plumbing system is complex. It heats water to wash dishes, then brings it back to the tap to distribute it throughout your house. It is easy to maintain your plumbing, and prevent common problems such as broken pipes or clogs. Most fixtures can last for decades.

These plumbing tips will help you avoid headaches and unexpected problems.

Do NOT flush that

Only toilet paper and your waste should be flushed down the toilet. Things like sanitary products, hair, cardboard and plastic can build up and cause severe clogs. You don’t have to hire a plumber to repair your sewer line. Instead, you can place a wastebasket in the bathroom.

Watch out for leaks in your tank when you add food coloring

Are your concerns about the toilet tank getting in the bowl? Replace the tank ball to prevent water seepage into your bowl.

Stop an overflowing urinal from ruining you life

Watching the water level slowly rise in your toilet bowl is frustrating. Turn the flush valve down to stop the water from leaking.

Clean a blocked bathroom with soap

Do you have a plunger? After the water has boiled, you should add as much as possible to the bowl until it reaches its full strength.n Use liquid soap. Use liquid soap.

Vinegar to clean your Shower heads

Shower heads can get clogged with mineral deposits over time. After 24 hours, rinse the heads in vinegar.

Dismantle Your Water Heater

If sediment buildup isn’t addressed, the tank could rust. It is important to flush your water heater once a year and replace the anode tubes every five years.

Mesh Drain Covers

Hair, soap chips, and other debris can cause clogs.

Regularly check for leaks

Leaky faucets and running toilets can cause high water bills. Take care of them. There are many reasons for plumbing leaks. If you notice rust, warping, or water drops outside your pipes Your plumbing system is an essential part of your everyday life. Take a few minutes to ensure your plumbing is in good condition.