How to Replace a Plumbing Stop & Pressure Fitting?

Answer Plumbing stops are pressure fittings designed to plug the end of a pipe when there's no fixture at the end. Stops can corrode over time, however, and may need to be replaced. Plumbing stops come in... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Replace a Plumbing Stop & Pressure Fitting

Why would the copper plumbing in a 30-year-old house develop small leaks all within an inch or 2 of a soldered fitting?

Answer alot of times if the fittings are close together the solder takes but doesen't get full penetration. over time the pressure of the water will push through the solder joint. the best thing to... Read More »

How to Attach a Pressure Switch to Plumbing?

Pressure switches are used to control water flow in plumbing. A common use for these types of switches is in houses that have a well drawn water supply. These switches are controlled by electricity... Read More »

How to Clean a Plumbing Pressure Regulator?

Water pressure regulators are installed in almost all homes. These bell-shaped devices regulate the amount of water pressure that is released from the main water supply line to the rest of the plum... Read More »

Plumbing issue! No water pressure?

Even copper pipes can clog if they are corroded and that usually leads to low water pressure, especially if, like stated above, some debris got loose. Low water pressure definitely sucks (especiall... Read More »