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How to Run the Plumbing for a Shower

Host Amy Matthews begins the 44" corner shower installation by running the plumbing for the drain, the valves and the showerheads.

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Top 100 Pipes Projects

  1. 1. Backyard With a Pipe Perch (00:03:26)

    This backyard now has a "pipe perch" to keep Dad's smoke away from Mom.

  2. 2. Plumbing- Part 3 (04:52)

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

  3. 3. Plumbing- Part 4 (03:47)

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

  4. 4. Installing Irrigation: From Start to Finish

    You can create a home irrigation system with a working knowledge of system components and sprinkler types as well as sprinkler head opt...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    --
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 5. Building Iron-Pipe Shelving (00:01:00)

    Josh Temple shares a quick tip for building shelving from iron pipe.

  6. 6. 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
  7. 7. Soffit (01:00)

    A soffit is an easy way to hide pipes and wires while adding dimension.

  8. 8. Galvanized Pipe Projects (03:11)

    Turn a metal trash can lid into a birdbath by attaching it to a pipe.

  9. 10. Quick-Adjusting Pipe Wrench (01:12)

    The adjusting nut is gone -- and your thumb will be grateful!

  10. 11. How to Install a PEX Plumbing System

    Ed the Plumber explains the process of plumbing with PEX piping with these easy-to-follow instructions.

    Time:
    Several Weekends
    Cost:
    $500 - $1,000
    Difficulty:
    Hard
  11. 12. 10 Things You Must Know: Plumbing Leaks

    You don't need to know everything about plumbing, but it's important to know the basics. DIY Network experts share 10 things you must k...

  12. 13. Pipe Cutter Power Tool (01:17)

    Take a look at this alternative to cutting tubing for plumbing projects.

  13. 14. PVC Shear (00:44)

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

  14. 15. How to Use a Yard Trencher

    A yard trencher can dig out a trench for conduit or water pipes in the yard. It makes a thin trench in the yard without disturbing the ...

    Time:
    2 hours
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate
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