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Top 100 Pipes Projects

  1. 16. Plumbing- Part 3 (04:52)

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

  2. 17. Johnny Jolter (01:13)

    When it comes to tough clogs, throw that old plunger away!

  3. 18. Silencing a Noisy Radiator (00:01:10)

    How to silence a noisy radiator -- this advice is on the level.

  4. 19. Soldering 101 (02:20)

    Learn to solder a copper pipe and fitting from an expert.

  5. 20. Basic Pipe Tips

    DIY Network has straightforward information about pipes, fittings and the fundamentals of plumbing repair.

  6. 21. How To Install Irrigation: Pipes and Fittings

    Growing a gorgeous lawn is easy with good irrigation. Create a great home irrigation system with smart planning and a working knowledge...

    Time:
    Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  7. 22. Tips on Replacing a Sagging Pipe Under the Floor

    DIY Network offers tips on how to -- properly and safely -- replace a sagging pipe under the floor.

  8. 23. How to Install a Gas Cooktop (02:37)

    Learn how to install a standard 36-inch gas cooktop.

  9. 24. Busted Pipe Dreams (20:00)

    Sewage problems create a major health problem in the basement.

  10. 25. Propane Torch Projects (04:44)

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

  11. 26. Plumbing- Part 4 (03:47)

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

  12. 27. How to Thaw a Frozen Pipe

    Pipes can freeze-up in really cold temperatures if not properly insulated. Learn how to quickly thaw the frozen pipe to keep it from bu...

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  13. 28. Winter Spigot Maintenance (00:01:59)

    How to deal with exterior water hose spigot connections during the winter.

  14. 29. Funky Holiday Wreath (00:02:00)

    This funky wreath is made of PVC pipe for a one-of-a-kind holiday look.

  15. 30. How to Build a French Drain (00:00:60)

    French drains channel water away from a house or through a garden or bed.

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