Have you encountered the situation where you understand that the plumbing problem is not that big and you can do it instead of calling the professional plumber? Plumbing does not have to be so hard, once you understand how it works actually and where to look for a problem. There will be small repairs that you can do on your own, without calling a plumber and we will give you the list of these so you can do it on your own. Of course, you need to have some knowledge but no one expect you to understand the process of aluminium fabrication, but rather just the right ways of using these. Know how to use the simple tools like an adjustable wrench, screwdriver, plunger, knife and caulking gun and you will be fine.


Faucet that leaks

Leaking is the sign that something is not fine, but if it is not a flood, nothing serious is happening. At least, nothing that you cannot repair. Faucets are not the particle physics, it is just that you need to understand the types of these, so you could know how to disassemble them. There are plenty of instructions online, so make sure you check them out. Slow dripping is usually a sign of a bad wisher that you need to change. So why should you call a plumber that will charge you when you can do it on your own easily?


Installing the faucet

The same as above – people are freaking out when they are installing it. Usually, once you buy it, you will get the instructions on how to install it. You will not need any special tools, just a screwdriver and a wrench. If you are not sure about the procedure, always ask a worker in a local hardware store. They will be able to explain this in just a few steps. Or, head to the Youtube and find the right video!


Changing showerheads

Showerheads are built to last long, but it can happen that it becomes problematic after years of use. A new showerhead can save you more than 20% on the monthly water bill, so make sure you replace it once it starts dripping and leaking. You can buy these at any hardware store and change them easily, using nothing but a screwdriver and a wrench. You will not need more than 15 minutes to change it, if you know what you are doing of course.


Sealing the bathtub

The main trick here is that you must use the proper caulk. Depending on what you need, you can choose from one that is made for filling the cracks, or for sealing the appliances ion your bathroom. Do not forget to check the label to see if the caulk is designed for the showers or tubs. Also, there are many brands out there, but avoid buying the cheapest one. Those that cost a bit more will provide you with the fantastic sealing and your shower or a tub will not leak anywhere. If you are not sure, as a worker to recommend you one.