Asked in PlumbingProperty LawTimes Square
How can you get out of a lease if the apts toilet above you overflows into your bathroom two times and the landlord hasn't cleaned it up?
We need you to answer this question!
If you know the answer to this question, please register to join our limited beta program and start the conversation right now!
Asked in Ireland
How do you say bathroom in Ireland?
A bathroom is a bathroom in Ireland. What you are referring to is that some people called the place where you have a toilet, the bathroom. If there is a toilet in the room, but no bath, then it is a toilet, not a bathroom. In Ireland they call a bathroom a bathroom, and a toilet a toilet, whereas in some countries the call a toilet a bathroom.
Asked in Ammonia
What can be causing an ammonia smell in the bathroom?
Asked in Plumbing, Apartments and Home Rentals
Does your landlord have to install a sink in your downstairs toilet?
Asked in Word Games, Scattergories and Words Starting with Certain Letters, Percentages, Fractions, and Decimal Values
What is something you find in a bathroom?
Asked in Plumbing
Why does the toilet overflows when shower is running?
Well if you can take a shower and use the toilet at the same time, you either installed the toilet in the shower or you are extremely flexible. This question is a can of worms because if the toilet and the shower are in the same bathroom and while the shower is running and someone flushes the toilet and the toilet overflows but the shower drain does not back up then its something in the line of the toilet before it ties into the shower , another way would be is with out proper venting of the toilet like lets say the shower drain when running is clogging the vent for the toilet then it possible for the toilet to overflow and have the shower drain fine. I personally never seen a toilet overflow when flushing it when a shower is running on the same floor and yet when the shower is off the toilet flushes normal.
Asked in Australia Literature and Language
What do you call a bathroom in Australia?
A bathroom is a bathroom. It contains a bath and/or shower, wash basin and vanity, and whatever other trappings there may be of a bathroom. If there happens to be a toilet in there, it is still called the bathroom. However, most Australian homes do not have a toilet within the bathroom, except for in the ensuite. The small room containing the toilet is simply called the toilet. It is also colloquially known as the dunny.
Asked in Ireland
What do they call a bathroom in Ireland?
A bathroom is called a bathroom in Ireland. What is meant when you say "Bathroom" in Ireland is a room that has a bath. In some countries, it can mean a room that does not have a bath, but does have a toilet. Some countries are a bit uncomfortable about using the word toilet and so they use the word bathroom even when it does not have a bath in it. There is no problem about using the word toilet in Ireland, so a room without a bath, but with a toilet in Ireland is called a toilet. In Ireland, calling a room a bathroom when it does not have a bath in it, does not make sense. If there is a bath and a toilet in the room, then it is called a bathroom. Even then, someone might say they are going to the toilet, when their intention is to relieve themselves.
What are some items bought specifically for use in the bathroom or used to decorate the bathroom?
Asked in Plumbing
When you do laundry the toilet bubbles then overflows?
Asked in Manners and Etiquette, Urinary System
What is bathroom etiquette for men's toilet?
Etiquette for the men's bathroom: The bathroom is not a social area; Keep to your own space at the urinal; Keep your eyes, hands, and body parts to yourself; Don't peek or look at others; Avoid discussions; Flush; Wash hands. What you see, hear, smell in the bathroom stays in the bathroom, except if the restroom needs cleaned or has a sanitary issue.