Our bathroom maintenance tips can help you keep your home cost efficient, safe & cozy.
Drain cleaners clear drain clogs without the hassle of calling a plumber. In this review, the This Old House Reviews Team researched the five best drain cleaners on Amazon to help you find the product that’s right for you. The products included in this article are available at various home improvement stores, local home centers, and online retailers like Amazon.
What happens when a building’s design makes it difficult or impossible to vent a bath fan to the exterior? Read this guide for tips on how to improve ventilation issues in your bathroom, especially if your home’s design makes it difficult to install proper ventilation.
We’ve reviewed five of the best grout cleaners to help you remove dirt, grime, mold, and mildew from your grout and restore it to its original color. The products included in this article are available at various home improvement stores, local home centers, and online retailers like Amazon.
Soap scum, hard water stains, and pesky streaks can all take away from the neat appearance of a glass shower door. We’ll walk you through how to clean shower doors and prevent stains and grime from building up.
If you’re looking to replace an old bathtub drain, it’s not difficult to do the job yourself. Read these steps to learn more.
If your bathtub isn’t as squeaky-clean as it should be, it might not be your fault. Soap scum and dirt can build up even with regular cleaning. The following tips will help bring your tub back into the bathroom spotlight.
In this edition of DIY Smarts, Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva offers cleaning tips on how to get rid of dirty tile grout using only household supplies.
Ask This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to clear a stopped bathtub or shower drain
If the grout in your kitchen or bathroom is chipped, moldy, or just no longer working for you, it may be time to replace it. Follow our guide for removing it manually or with a power tool.
This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey quiets a tap that's making a hammering sound
Armed with the right tools and techniques, you can easily unplug stopped-up drains without having to call in a pro SEE OUR FULL THANKSGIVING SURVIVAL GUIDE HERE
In this how-to video, This Old House plumbing and heating contractor Richard Trethewey halts the steady trickle sounds of a broken toilet
When water seeps behind a tiled wall in the bath, some delicate surgery can save the day.
How to tell well-made sink, tub and shower fittings from the polished pretenders.