After electrical questions, plumbing questions are the second most asked question in the Usenet forums. Small plumbing repair and replacement projects can be completed successfully by most DIY people. A few more tools and skills are required than for some of the lesser projects.
If you are willing to get your hands dirty and twist your back into some unusual positions, it is possible to save a few hundred dollars replacing a faucet or other fixture.
Sometimes though you have to be willing to admit that the job is beyond your ability and call a plumber.
Upgrading your Plumbing System
Redoing all the plumbing in a home is certainly one of the larger, messier projects one can undertake. In the absence of a basement or crawl space, one frequently has to cut out wall sections to acce......Read More
How to insulate your water pipes
This article will show you how to insulate your water pipes in a crawl space or other area that is likely to freeze. The steps are fairly simple if you purchase the right materials. On a difficulty ......Read More
Buying a Sink-What to Look For
Everyone's seen a sink before. I'm sure you have. You probably use a sink every day. Surely, there's one in your bathroom, one in your kitchen, and maybe one somewhere in your basement. But, I ask, ha......Read More
How and Why to Soften Your Water
When I was younger, if someone called their water either hard or soft, I laughed. I mean, how could different water have a different hardness? It was a silly and preposterous concept to me.But, what w......Read More