If your bathroom throne has lost its regal luster and is no longer fit for the king and queen of your house, don’t call a plumber—replace it yourself! Removing and installing a toilet makes a great DIY project . . . if you know the tricks of the trade! Read on to find out how.
Whether you’re fixing a leak in an existing sink strainer or putting in a new kitchen sink, you’ll need to install the sink strainer. Removing and installing a sink strainer is a fairly easy DIY plumbing project that can be accomplished in an hour or less using a few tools. Read on to find out how.
Whether you’re moving into your first home or have been living in your house for years, there are a few basic plumbing repairs every homeowner should know. Read on to find out more about the five most common plumbing problems and how to fix them yourself.
Clothes washers have filters on the water lines to prevent debris from getting into the washer. Over time these filters can become clogged with sand and sediment and need to be cleaned. Watch this video to find out how.