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Top 100 Pipes Projects

  1. 1. Copper Pipe (03:51)

    Everything you need to know about copper pipe from Plumbing Basics.

  2. 2. PVC Shear (00:44)

    When it comes to cutting PVC pipe, this tool makes it go faster than ever.

  3. 3. Propane Torch Projects (04:44)

    Find out everything you need to know to solder a copper pipe like a pro.

  4. 4. Hang Tight (20:00)

    Chris Grundy highlights tools that are going to help you hang tight.

  5. 5. Replacing Worn Gaskets (00:01:21)

    Replacing worn gaskets to fix leaky faucets is today's topic of discussion.

  6. 6. Busted Pipe Dreams (20:00)

    Sewage problems create a major health problem in the basement.

  7. 7. Cure for the Cul-de-Sac (00:20:00)

    Jamey and Laura's nasty landscape sits smack at the end of a cul-de-sac.

  8. 8. Insulation Basics (01:25)

    A Home Energy Savings primer on insulating pipes and water heaters.

  9. 10. Water Heater Woes (00:01:55)

    A leaky water heater is a water heater that needs replacing.

  10. 11. Plumbing- Part 2 (04:32)

    Contractor Matt Blashaw learns just what goes into engineering a toilet.

  11. 12. Broken Pipe Floods Timeline (00:03:00)

    A broken water pipe threatens to flood Rob's front yard landscaping plans.

  12. 13. Plumbing Pipeline Inspection (00:01:20)

    A few troubleshooting tips for home plumbing and water-line maintenance.

  13. 14. How to Install a P-Trap

    When renovating a bathroom and replacing a shower floor, it's a good idea to replace the P-trap. Use these step-by-step instructions an...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
  14. 15. Protecting Your Pipes (04:35)

    Learn how to prepare your pipes for the harsh winter weather.

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