TOP 5 DIY Plumbing Tools Every Homeowner Should Own

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This week I’m sharing my Top 5 tools that I think every homeowner should own when it comes to tackling your own DIY plumbing tasks around the house. From clogged sinks and showers to replacing old pipes, these 5 tools will allow you to tackle the majority of household plumbing tasks and you can buy all of them for less than $150 combined, which is less than you’d spend on a plumber for single visit.




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Everardo Flandes Rico says:

Do Groove Joint pliers count same as chanel locks?

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Froman Abe says:

We live in an area of our city that has high water pressure: 85 psi. I have a gauge on the main line just after the meter. We've lived here for 38 years and have had no problems that I could attribute to high water pressure. I use pressure-activated valves in the toilets. No problems.

Pat Cupolo says:

Those pressure reducing valves have a built in back flow preventer, with out a extrol tank on the water heater will cause the pressure relief valve to leak

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NO1 Carpet Cleaning Melbourne says:

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no name says:

My number 1 tool is a pro press 😂😉

robalan57 says:

Soldering is not the only way to handle copper tubing. There are sharkbite connections to connect copper tubing. And there are also crimping tools to connect copper tubing similar to the way pex is connected.

parkhays117 says:

I just want to point out that DIY is undertaken at your own risk. I, as a plumber, have been called to peoples homes where they attempted to DIY something and it ended up causing massive amounts of damage because they messed up something really simple. Case and point if you are not absolutely sure you know what you are doing. DO NOT DO ANYTHING. CALL A PROFESSIONAL. Licensed and insured plumbers are exactly that, licensed (so you know they know what they are doing) and insured (so if they mess up you are not on the hook for damages). Know your limits. Be smart. Be safe.

t akinstou says:

Is there a reason you did not have a snake as one of the tools?

Threk says:

No strap wrench? They're fantastic for turning odd sized or large fixtures without damaging the finish.

Rigo Mortisss says:

Id put an adjustable wrench on that list

ItsInTheDetails says:

All these tips are excellent. Learn from this man

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