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Top 100 Pipes Projects

  1. 46. How to Weld PVC Piping

    PVC joints are "welded" with chemical bonds rather than a torch. The chemical reaction fuses the pipes and fittings together, and if th...

    Time:
    --
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy
  2. 47. Silencing a Noisy Radiator (00:01:10)

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

  3. 48. Basic Pipe Tips

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

  4. 49. Master Appliance Triggertorch (01:20)

    This butane torch's attachments solder, sweat copper pipe and cut plastic.

  5. 50. Closet Organizing Quick Tips (00:01:16)

    Dan and Laurie demonstrate quick and easy tricks for organizing a closet.

  6. 51. EZ Sweat Fittings (00:01:08)

    Soldering is no sweat with fittings that have the solder already inside.

  7. 52. Under-Sink Area Maintenance (00:01:15)

    Maintenance tip: Don't overload the space under your sinks.

  8. 53. Beer Tap Installation (02:12)

    Jenny and Cave Wilson give advice on running a beer line to a kitchen.

  9. 54. 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.

  10. 55. Perforated Pipe Tip (00:53)

    Wrap perforated drainage pipe in landscape mesh to keep dirt out.

  11. 56. Pipe Cutter Power Tool (01:17)

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

  12. 57. Johnny Jolter (01:13)

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

  13. 58. Warren Seegers (01:09)

    Drill sergeant Warren Seegers builds a PVC pipe marshmallow gun.

  14. 59. How to Solder Copper Pipe Using a Propane Torch

    These step-by-step instructions show how to solder a copper pipe and fittings together using a propane torch.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $100 - $250
    Difficulty:
    Moderate

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