There are a lot of DIY Plumbing Guides available on the Internet, some are extremely good whilst others are very poor and even dangerous.
At PlumbFix, we understand that some plumbing jobs can be tackled by DIY and to help you, we have identified the best DIY Plumbing Guides on the Internet.
Diyfixit began publishing online in 1999 and goes from strength to strength with a growing audience. The information in the How to section is drawn from many years of experience and the team continues to add articles and update existing ones on a regular basis.
They provide How to DIY Guides for a number of skills ranging from Building to Wallpapering and they have a detailed Plumbing section.
This section covers a wide range of plumbing jobs from cutting bending and fixing copper pipe to solder and compression joints as well as dealing with air locks, blocked toilets and other plumbing emergencies. There is practical advice on choosing and fitting baths, basins and showers plus taps and mixers. Whether you want to carry out a temporary leak repair or install a new kitchen sink with all new waste pipes you'll find hints tips and advice to help.
See Diyfixit Plumbing Guides
DIY Doctor is a DIY (Do It Yourself) home improvement website run by tradesman. They offer free information, advice and tips across all areas of home improvements, building and home maintenance from people that do these things for their living. There is a wide range of advice for all experience levels and across an enormous range of projects, including plumbing, electrics, general building and carpentry and joinery.
See DIY Doctor Plumbing Guides
Homebase is a leading home enhancement retailer selling over 50,000 products for the home and garden. It has more than 340 large, out-of-town stores throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland serving around 64 million customers a year, and a growing internet offering at www.homebase.co.uk. In the financial year to February 2012, Homebase sales were £1.5 billion and it employed some 19,000 people across the business.
See Homebase Plumbing Guides
In 1972 the first UK Wickes was opened in Whitefield, Manchester. It was an imaginative new concept - using a traditional DIY store model to sell to the trade - and it made Wickes the first fixed-price builders merchant in the UK. Their first customers (savvy tradesmen and a few keen DIYers) found they could now get all the products they needed to complete entire projects from a single store, at lower prices than other merchants.
See Wickes How-to Guides
They are the largest home improvement and garden centre retailer in the UK, employing more than 30,000 people nationwide. With more than 40,000 great-value products all under one roof, they strive to offer everything you need to successfully achieve your home improvement and DIY projects. More than three million customers walk through their doors every week.
See B&Q How-to Guides