Is this MOLD under laundry room sink?


The laundry room sink designs is simple thing but important for the completeness and the beauty of a laundry room. Designers have several ideas in putting the laundry sinks. At a glance, the laundry sinks are the same as the kitchen sinks.

Laundry Room Sink Designs in Pure White

A laundry room in pure white makes the room look clean and large. In that white laundry room, the laundry room sink designs are also set to be the same white. The sink is located beside the washing machine in the right side of the room. The sink is actually placed on the laundry cabinet. The position of the sink eases people in using it, since it is between the washing machine and the cabinets. This is one of the best laundry room sink ideas ever.

Laundry Room Sink Designs Between Two Washing Machines

There are still many laundry room sink designs. One of which is positioning the sink between two washing machines. The cabinets exist above and also under the sink....

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Laundry room is more essential room of every house. This room is well organized with washing and dryer machines and many other needy items of cloth washing. Laundry room with sink idea makes functional your laundry room. It can be settled in the center of these laundry rooms. Modern and high quality material sink can fastened on storage vanity tables and glimpse magnificent glam on them. If you can like it then add in your interior during home renovation.

Under stairs sink in laundry room:

Under the stairs laundry room give space saving idea in your home interior. One side washing and dryer machines are take place as storage shelves. Small vanity table with sink can also fasten on under the stairs. It can enhance the beauty glam of your well furnished laundry room. Chess design laundry flooring can get center of attention in your home interior setting. Laundry room sink can also decorated with flower center pieces.

Well organized laundry room...

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You purchased a home and the first room you start thinking about is the laundry room, right? Probably not. While you’re busy dreaming of that new a flat screen TV in the living room or all the extra space in your new backyard, don’t forget about the laundry room.

Did you know the average adult spends five months of his or her life doing laundry, according to this study? All the time spent emptying pockets, sorting colors, folding clothes, and all the other steps that come with doing laundry really add up.

Laundry is a chore that will always be on your to do list. Set yourself up for success—here’s our checklist for what to look for in laundry room plumbing in your new home.

1. Washing Machine Hose

Inspect washing machine hoses for signs of wear and tear. Most washing machines come with a rubber hose and over time they will weaken from the constant water pressure. If a supply hose bursts it can empty hundred of gallons of water into your home. Consider...

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As you probably already know, mold can grow almost anywhere in or outside your home with the right conditions, especially after any flood damage. San Diego has great weather for not only the beach, but also for harboring mold growth. The best stimulant for mold growth is moisture and heat; let anything wet sit for more than 24 hours and you’re bound to have a mold problem brewing. In fact, mold spores can lay dormant for many months or even years until the right temperature, moisture, and nutrients present themselves. Yikes!

At Certified Restoration, we tend to focus on mold restoration in San Diego structures with flood damage, but everyone should constantly be monitoring their home for mold growth. Even in the dry weather of San Diego, it is impossible to completely stop mold spores from entering your home, what’s important is to know how to control it. Here are 7 places that may need mold restoration in everyone’s home.

#1 Bathroom Mold

This is one of the...

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Mid week greetings! I’ve been away from the blog for a few days working on a few things behind the scenes. Just this morning I had a meeting with my contact from the Committee on the Shelterless (COTS), a local non-profit I work with each year (see all previous space transformations for COTS here).

I learned there are two more homes they use for transitional housing that are in need of remodeling, and I’ll be working on them this fall. I’m very excited about these homes, they include two more kitchen remodels and at least two more bathrooms to renovate. I’ll be sure to document the space transformations here on the blog as I always do!

The Las Vegas flip house is under way, the popcorn ceilings are gone, the walls are retextured. You know how I feel about smooth texture it makes the home look and feel brand new and is a great selling point for a home. The walls will soon be painted, then the new flooring goes in. We will be adding a luxury vinyl plank floor throughout...

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By Todd Fratzel on Plumbing

Sewer Smell – Washing Machine Plumbing Trap Problem

Recently a good friend of mine asked me what might be causing his laundry room to have a sewer smell. Obviously this was a serious problem that needed to be corrected immediately. Not only are sewer gasses an unpleasant experience but they can be a safety concern. If you smell sewer gasses in your home you should try and diagnose the problem sooner than later.

I started quizzing my friend about any recent changes in their home that might have contributed to the sewer smell. He asked me if washing machine mold might be causing the smell or some type of dead rodent.

He wasn’t sure that anything had changed other than they had recently purchased a new washing machine. I knew there was likely something wrong with the plumbing trap (p-trap) which was accounting for the sewer gas smell.

The culprit ended up being the washing machine hose that was incorrectly installed by...

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Old laundry rooms are often the most poorly designed rooms in the home. This is why laundry room remodels are among the fast-growing areas of home improvement out there. Laundry sinks and tubs, in particular, can be useful if they aren't located in dank basements that make the laundry area inhospitable for much other than scrambling back and forth for basic laundry needs.

On the other hand, large laundry tubs are often unnecessary in contemporary homes. One of the things you can do if you're remodeling your laundry room is remove your old laundry tub for a more manageable and useful laundry sink. In either case, here are some things to consider with tubs, sinks, and getting the most from your laundry room.

Laundry Tub Installation
Perhaps the most common problem with laundry tubs is that, although homeowners want one, there's often poor drainage or no plumbing to...

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wayne clark Says:
October 19th, 2014 at 7:55 pm

I own a 50s house that has been extensively remodeled to include insulation in the rafters, knee walls in up stairs attic area and in between first and second floor.. We are experiencing high humidity issues (80 plus). The house is well insulated with the exception of the down stairs floors. In inspecting the under area, it has mold growing on the floor joist and sub floor. The under area is damp where the mold is growing but no signs of moisture. I am increasing the ventilation (leaving vents and access holes open) and plan to put down plastic. Question: Should I add insulation under the floor and treat the under floor area for mold?

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I don’t think I am alone in thinking that one of the most FRUSTRATING places to organize in the house has GOT to be under the bathroom and kitchen sinks! Why is it that those are two places just seem to be magnets for clutter?? Apparently this clutter chaos is something that runs in the family because my daughter Britta has been complaining about the same thing lately. To her credit, she decided to DO something about it!

Today she is sharing with us her “Under-The-Bathroom-Sink Makeover!”

Britta writes:

I like to think that for the most part, I’m a pretty organized person. I don’t like to have a lot of clutter in the house, and I am more likely to throw something away than to hang on to it “just in case.” But even the most organized people can have clutter hidden away in their homes, and I am no exception! I’m inviting you all into my bathroom today so you can see my “secret clutter” and how I took care of it!

My clutter happened...

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