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Simple Ways on Fixing Pipes

Fixing leaky pipes could get you get mad but you shouldn't be, cause this easy tips can be done by a non plumber like you.

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How To Fix Pipes - HowStuffWorks

­Most plumbing problems occur at or near such fixtures as sinks, tubs, and toilets. Sometimes, however, the pipes themselves are the root of the problem. Pipes can be temperamental -- they can leak, sweat, freeze, or make loud noises. In the following article, we'll tell you how to deal with all of these difficulties.

How to Repair a Leaking Copper Pipe

But to repair longer sections, use a "sweat" coupling, which you can find at home centers and well-stocked hardware stores. You can buy a sweat coupling sized to repair 1/2-in. or 3/4-in. copper pipe. Mark the leak, shut off the main water valve and drain (or thaw and drain) the affected pipe.

How to Fix Leaking Pipes

You can run up a big water bill in a hurry if you get a leak in your pipes. You need to know how to fix it fast until you can do a full repair or call a plumber. With a few steps, you can stop the leak temporarily and still have running...

Quick Fixes for Burst Pipes

Being prepared to defend your home's plumbing system against a sudden burst pipe can save you thousands of dollars in damage. Think of these quick, easy fixes as plumbing first aid - they slow or stop a leak in a pipe long enough to give you time to enlist the services of a qualified plumber during business hours.

How to Fix Water Pipe Leaks & Problems

How to repair water supply pipes, including burst or leaking pipes, noisy or frozen pipes, including information on how to locate underground pipe leaks Water leaks and broken pipes can be a big problem for any homeowner.

Pipe care/cleaning

The articles presented here were originally started with permission from the excellent FAQ from the Alt.Smokers.Pipes FAQ[1] Not handy with tools, yet want to restore an old pipe? Rich Esserman wrote an excellent article that may be just the thing: Try this at Home After a pipe has been smoked for a long time its cake may become so thick that it significantly reduces the capacity of the bowl.

How Sewer and Septic Systems Work | edocr

The article How Toilets Work leads many readers to ask the next logical question: