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Top 100 Toilets Projects

  1. 61. How to Install a Toilet Tank (00:00:52)

    DIY Network shows you how to quickly and easily install a new toilet tank.

  2. 62. Plumbing- Part 1 (06:49)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw learns just what goes into engineering a toilet.

  3. 63. Running Toilets (01:05)

    Besides annoying you, running toilets can waste tons of water...and money.

  4. 64. How to Rebuild a Toilet Tank

    Learn how to rebuild an old toilet tank by replacing the inner parts.

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $50 - $100
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 65. Replace Toilet Shutoff Valve (02:06)

    Amy tutors a homeowner in the replacement of a toilet shutoff valve.

  6. 66. Slate Counter and Bench (20:01)

    Period sinks, faucets, and toilet are added to finish off this renovation.

  7. 67. Tips for Installing a Macerating System

    DIY Network explains the benefits of installing a macerating system if you want to place a toilet where there's no plumbing.

  8. 68. Pipe Down (20:00)

    An 8,000-pound elephant helps Josh Temple clog the toilet.

  9. 69. New Bathroom Technology (00:60)

    Modern technology makes any bath a high-tech oasis at the push of a button.

  10. 70. Plumbing- Part 3 (04:52)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw learns just what goes into engineering a toilet.

  11. 71. Bare Basement Bath Banished (00:04:00)

    A bare basement toilet and utility sink are transformed into a 'wow' space.

  12. 72. How to Replace an Outdated Commode

    This outdated bathroom has some unfortunate 1970s era problems. Find out how one couple gives their outdated bathroom a new period comm...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Moderate to Hard
  13. 73. Powder Room Conversion (00:03:59)

    Nicole works to convert an out-of-place full bath into a powder room.

  14. 74. Kohler Water Efficiency (02:29)

    Kohler is modifying its showerheads and toilets to work to EPA standards.

  15. 75. Tips for Identifying Toilet Leaks

    DIY Network host Ed Del Grande explains what to look for when it comes to toilet leaks.

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