Basic Plumbing Tools

Posted October 9th, 2011 by Cuevas Dudea

As every homeowner knows the household plumbing repairs are an option. Clogged drains, leaky faucets and toilets are connected will happen: There is no way to avoid it. Call a plumber can be expensive and if you happen to have a pipe burst in the middle of the night, it may be hours (or days) before a plumber arrives.

In many cases, could solve the problem before the plumber to return your call if you have the right tools for the job. Like any do-it-yourself-ER knows that there is nothing worse than trying to make a repair with the wrong tools. However, having the right tools to basic sanitation is as easy as following this list.

Plumbing Tools Basic List:

* Some homes are only in sealed plastic tube. If your home is only a plastic plumbing pipes you do not need a flashlight, brushes, brush, or copper tubing cutter.

Remember remember safety first and to add safety equipment such as gloves, eye protection and first aid kit, and never cut into the wall saw, without knowing what is behind it. Always cut a small hole in the drywall saw and check for electrical wiring and pipes before major surgery. Make sure you have the correct ventilation area before you use any glue tube.

These are the basic tools you need for most plumbing repairs, but later on you might want to add more tools and a good do-it-yourself plumbing manual.