How do you fix an upstairs bathroom shower leak and should a professional do it?
You should let a professional do that, incase there is more damage that you can not see that the water has done.
You are remodeling an upstairs bathroom Can you tie the bathroom fan exhaust into the air vent for the shower drain in the attic?
This could be caused by your exhaust fan not properly removing moisture from your bathroom. It is always a good idea to use some X-14 (a mildew remover) every coupke of weeks when you start to see mildew. It is cause by lack of air flow in your bathroom, or a leak from upstairs. Is there is an upstairs bathroom? If so you might have a small leak somewhere in the supply or drain lines…
I am remodeling an upstairs bathroom in a 1950's home. I would like to tie the bathroom fan into the shower drain air vent.?
The water pressure in your upstairs bathroom is getting low you took the aerators of the sinks and found a white sentiment buildup on it you also removed the cartridges from your shower valve and also?
When the water pressure in your upstairs bathroom is getting low and you find a white sediment buildup in the aerator of the sink, it is the most likely cause of low pressure. You can also find the buildup in other fixtures including the shower valve and cartridges. Cleaning the sediment from the parts helps restore pressure.
What can you do if you turn the water off on the main floor underneath the toilet can you use the bathtub upstairs?
Once you have picked up the bowl, filled it with milk, and returned it to the farmhouse, you can climb the cord to the bathroom upstairs. Press one of the faucets in the shower to chase out the cat. Then click on the cat a couple of times to chase it around. It will go downstairs and drink the milk, and then will follow you to the Surplus store where it belongs.
There is a main drain that runs from the basement through the roof where it is the vent for the system. If you look at the layout of the house, the upstairs bath is most likely over the downstairs one or the kitchen. If you look on the roof, you will see a 4 inch pipe coming through the roof that should be over the upstairs bath. The sink and shower drain into that and…