Call Me The Faucet Queen

Call Me The Faucet Queen

  • Can Your Windshield Be Repaired?

    If you have a chip or crack in your windshield, you've probably had a friend or family member tell you that you should get it repaired before it gets any bigger. But how big is too big? Whether or not your windshield can be repaired depends on the size and location of the damage. Learn how to determine whether or not your windshield can be repaired before you call your local auto glass repair shop.

  • How To Stop Medical Issues Caused By Asbestos

    Although the peak of asbestos use was in the 1970s, many older buildings still have it. Asbestos has been linked to a particular brand of cancer, and the substance is still used in the United States. Fortunately, there are a few ways of dealing with the effects of asbestos depending on the particular situation. The Dangers of Asbestos According to, asbestos is still mined in both the United States and Canada, and millions of pounds of it are used in these countries.

  • Dealing With A Wet Or Warm Refrigerator

    If you are having problems with your refrigerator, you may wonder if it is time to buy a new one or if the troubles can be repaired. Sometimes, even with an older model refrigerator, repairs can be done to save you from the large cost of buying a new unit. Here are two of the most common problems refrigerators have and how to repair them. Water Leaks If you notice water underneath your refrigerator, there are a few spots you can check to repair it so that it stops.

  • Black Mold Removal: What You Should Know

    When you begin to inspect your home this spring, looking for any areas that need cleaning or repair, the last thing that you want or expect to find is black mold. However, after a snowy, icy winter that has now thawed and melted, it is a distinct possibility that you will find it somewhere in your home. So, in your home inspection, if you do find black mold, you will need to know how to handle the situation.

About Me

Call Me The Faucet Queen

I always dreamed of becoming an interior decorator, but I never thought I'd end up focusing exclusively on bathroom designs. My early work included plenty of living room and kitchen designs, but I always spent the most time and effort on my bathroom plans. Years of work renovating my own three powder rooms gave me lots of experience in choosing the right fixtures - especially faucets. I kept getting leak problems due to mismatching plumbing, so now I volunteer to help all my friends get their design done right when installing a new bathtub or replacing the sink. I don't get a lot of chances to use my expertise in faucets and I figured I'd bring my knowledge online to share it.