A drain leak, a leaking shower pan, a leaking shower valve or piping, a leaking bezel or escutchions on the shower valve, bad or missing grout, bad caulking in the corners of the wall, a leaking shower door, water spilled on the floor, or, a drain pipe leak. any one or combination of the listed problems can do it. Look things over take care of what you can see wrong before making a hole in the ceiling. If you think you have fixed the leak repaint the stained area but prime 1st with Kilz or Binz to cover the stain or it will reappear through the paint even if the leak has stopped. If the leak hasn't stopped from taking care of the things you could see then open up a hole to see where it is coming from.
Bad shower valve.
Gravity. Also- If someone takes a shower with the curtain on the outside of the tub this can happen.
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 in the upstairs bathroom. If not a leak then possibly condensation is forming on a shower or tub above this bathroom.
The main drain is plugged. Not completely, but enough that it is easier for the upstairs water to come out in the shower and floor drain instead of going out the drain.
the shower and bath water comes from two different places so their is two different pipes. Get the shower pipe checked out by a plummer and they cause fix the pipe.
Shower body or pan not properly supported or the joint not properly caulked possibly a fiberglass pan with plastic piping
There are many reasons why your ceiling fan could buzzing. One reason can be losse screws. Tighten the screws in the blades. If you have found the screws are loose in the blades, this could be the main cause or only cause of your problem. You can find more info about stopping your ceiling fan buzzing on this website: http://www.ceiling-fan-wizard.com/noisy-ceiling-fan.html
If low pressure is only in the shower and no where else in the house the likely cause could be a clogged shower head.
A price floor can cause a surplus while a price ceiling can cause a shortage but not always.
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.
yes you can, wether in the shower or completely emerged in water.
It is much safer to take a bath than a shower cause in the shower you can slip so I would bath
This is not advisable beside not being legal, This may potentially cause sewer gas leak into your resident.
The downstairs toilet is not properly vented and the flow from the one upstairs creates a vacuum in the waste line.
yes, because when government impose price ceiling, the supply will decrease,but demand will increase, it will cause shortage, so it causes wasted resources.
Mine? No. Yours? It's possible. If you lie in such a way that the breeze from the fan dries out your sinuses during the night it could. If your ceiling fan is noisy and running all night it could cause a headache. If there are poorly sheilded eletrical wiring in your ceiling fan and you are sensitive to electro magnetic fields that could cause a headache. If your ceiling fan is hung too low and you bang your head on it in the morning then that would probably cause a good headache. If the ceiling fan falls from the ceiling onto your head that will almost certainly cause a headache and/or concussion or serious injury or death.
Seats in the main valve body are leaking by, allowing water to go to the shower head.
try replacing o ring on spindle
cause it lost all its fur
It's because heat travels upwards and cold downwards so naturally the upstairs will become hotter then the downstairs.
maybe it depends on what their doing :):):) good question :):):):)
yes cause it cant have a shower dah
no cause of the water