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Plumbing: Install and Repair Your Own Toilets, Faucets, Sinks, Tubs, Showers, Drains

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As part of our comprehensive "HomeSkills" DIY series, "HomeSkills: Plumbing" will give you power over your pipes. If you've ever had to call a plumber, you know firsthand that hiring a professional will cost you dearly. But saving money isn't the only major motivation behind DIY plumbing, as the well-informed routine maintenance of your systems can protect your entire home from water damage and a laundry list of other inconveniences. With "HomeSkills: Plumbing", you'll gain a full understanding of the what, how, and why of plumbing work, from general theory and descriptions of the typical home plumbing system to detailed information on the most common materials, fittings, and tools. Your new set of skills--sweating copper tubing, solvent-welding PVC pipe, making solid compression connections, and others--will enable you to install or replace toilets, sinks, faucets, showers, garbage disposals, tubs, and much more. And you won't have to worry about staying on the cutting edge of plumbing technique: we've included sections on modern troubleshooting and repairs, as well as all the latest materials (such as PEX tubing), with information that's guaranteed to comply with current plumbing codes. Add to that the book's 300 foolproof how-to photos and the only thing you'll find overflowing is your wallet. Check out our five other "HomeSkills" guides on carpentry, deck building, landscaping, tiling, and wiring.
  • Plumbing
  • House and home
  • Do-it-yourself
  • Most common materials, fittings and tools

Product Overview

Model #: 9781591865834
Internet #: 204758062

As part of our comprehensive "HomeSkills" DIY series, "HomeSkills: Plumbing" will give you power over your pipes. If you've ever had to call a plumber, you know firsthand that hiring a professional will cost you dearly. But saving money isn't the only major motivation behind DIY plumbing, as the well-informed routine maintenance of your systems can protect your entire home from water damage and a laundry list of other inconveniences. With "HomeSkills: Plumbing", you'll gain a full understanding of the what, how, and why of plumbing work, from general theory and descriptions of the typical home plumbing system to detailed information on the most common materials, fittings, and tools. Your new set of skills--sweating copper tubing, solvent-welding PVC pipe, making solid compression connections, and others--will enable you to install or replace toilets, sinks, faucets, showers, garbage disposals, tubs, and much more. And you won't have to worry about staying on the cutting edge of plumbing technique: we've included sections on modern troubleshooting and repairs, as well as all the latest materials (such as PEX tubing), with information that's guaranteed to comply with current plumbing codes. Add to that the book's 300 foolproof how-to photos and the only thing you'll find overflowing is your wallet. Check out our five other "HomeSkills" guides on carpentry, deck building, landscaping, tiling, and wiring.

  • Plumbing
  • House and home
  • Do-it-yourself
  • Most common materials, fittings and tools

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Binding
Softcover
Home improvement topic
General
ISBN
9781591865834
Publisher
Cool Springs Press
Returnable
90-Day

Specifications

Details

Binding
Softcover
Home improvement topic
General
ISBN
9781591865834
Publisher
Cool Springs Press
Returnable
90-Day

Questions & Answers

how to make your own shower floor do i use morter or concert

diy
Asked by: jen
Neither, it's referred to as Mud, the actual name is Quikrete Floor Mud, here is the data sheet, it's made specifically for the that job and it exceeds 5000 psi compressive strength. You can order it from Home Depot if your store doesn't carry it. https://www.quikrete.com/PDFs/DATA_SHEET-Floor%20Mud%201548-81.pdf
Answered by: Tangelo
Date published: 2016-02-05

how to stop leaking shower

when I turn off knob shower still drip
Asked by: 1234567
Hello, The washer at the rear of the valve stems or diverter is probably worn. Without knowing the brand and makeup of your shower it's difficult to make a specific suggestion. In general however the problem can be usually solved by replacing the washer. You'll need to turn off the water to the shower, remove the valve stem, and then replace the washer at the rear. I usually recommend removing the valve and bringing it with you to the store. You can have a small assortment pack of washers on hand when you remove the stem and take care of the problem on the spot. I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris Flat washer assortment: http://www.homedepot.com/p/DANCO-Flat-Washer-Assortment-80790/100176475
Answered by: ChrisFixit
Date published: 2015-11-07

Can you turn a toilet drain into a shower drain

Asked by: Ark

I can't get my panels and door install on my neon shower. Do you have a video,I can watch?

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