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    As a result of having been well-satisfied with a previous job done by your firm, we contacted you to paint several rooms in our house. Once again not only were we pleased with the job performed, but we were impressed with the care they took to protect furniture and carpeting. We will not hesitate to recommend Reilly Painting to others.

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  • How To Fix A Leaky Toilet

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    With the family coming into town, your bathroom will be getting a lot of use. Here are some tips on how to fix a leaky toilet, coutesy of This Old House:

    How to Speak Toilet

    A toilet that leaks or runs is an easy homeowner fix—if you know how to diagnose the trouble. ID parts and problems with this handy guide, and hit the hardware store with confidence

    Refill Tube

    Replaces water in bowl after flush. If toilet runs intermittently, check that tube's end is above water level in tank.

    Ball Cock

    On/off valve regulated by float ball fills tank and bowl after flush. If toilet runs intermittently, ball cock could be faulty and may need to be replaced.

    Float Cup

    When it comes time to retire an old ball-cock flush mechanism, the all-in-one plastic replacements stocked by home centers make for an easy fix. Float-cup mechanisms go in quickly and adjust easily for simple repairs.

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