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Handy Man

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3460 Gordon Dr.
Sioux City, IA 51106
Last Updated: October 25, 2017

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About Handy Man

Handy Man is your local home remodeling center. Come in and browse our showroom to update everything from your kitchen faucet to your bathroom vanity. At Handy Man, you will find a huge selection of your favorite brand names including Delta, Moen, Kohler, Toto, St. Mary's Onyx Collection and Grohe.

 PHE (Plumbing Heating & Electrical) was opened in Sioux City in 1973. The name was  changed to Handy Man in 1991. Over the last 40-plus years we have seen many changes to the store both inside and out. We love to show off our “waterpark” where guests can feel what our faucets, tubs, and showers will really be like. Our bathroom vanities and tops as well as our kitchen sinks are all displayed at floor level so you can experience how it will function in your home. Visit us any day of the week! We’d love to help you find the perfect addition to your kitchen or bathroom!

We are able to help you with any size project.  Sometimes you only need a small part to solve an issue; we can help with that. Sometimes you need an entire bathroom designed, we can help with that too!  At Handy Man, we offer options for any budget, from $10.00 to over $10,000.00 and everywhere in-between. Handy Man will find the right supplies you need to handle a small fix or any large construction or remodeling project in your home.

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 by ERIKA BOYD

Germaphobes unite! The bathroom tends to be a breeding place for germs – but it doesn’t have to be. We have compiled a handful of helpful bathroom hacks to keep you and your bathroom clean and bacteria-free.

 

 

First, let’s focus on the dirtiest place – the toilet. In recent years there have been a ton of advances in technology, and the toilet was not left out. These changes have made toilets cleaner.  Consider purchasing a one-piece skirted toilet which has a smooth base instead of the visible curvy trapway seen on traditional toilets. They are much easier to clean and do not gather as much grime. If you prefer a two-piece toilet, make sure the toilet you buy has a sanitary bar which prevents liquids from accumulating under the tank. Take the toilet one step further and get a wall-mounted toilet. Cleaning the floor is a breeze since you don’t need to worry about cleaning around and behind the porcelain throne. If the flusher grosses you out, install a touchless flush. These easy-to-install mechanisms are fairly universal and work on most toilets. Once installed, all you need to do is wave your hand over a spot above the tank to flush. Bidets (personal cleansing systems) are slowly making their way to the United States – and for a good reason. They are incredibly hygienic and although full systems can cost up to $1,000, simple washlet seatscan be found for under $100.

 

 

 

The most difficult-to-clean object in the bathroom is the shower. Grout lines between tiles are quick to collect mold and mildew. Remove them completely with a grout-free Onyx shower. The single piece base and walls are easy to wipe down without scrubbing. If you still are using a shower curtain, consider replacing it with glass doors. Curtains collect mildew and shower scum while doors are easy to wipe down after each shower. Even better, design a doorless shower. These are cleverly located showers with the showerhead facing away from the entrance so you don’t even need a door.
Imagine the time you will save with an easy-to-clean bathroom! Consider making a few of these changes to your home. At Handy Man, we’ll walk you through it!