While the idea of fixing your own plumbing system can seem daunting to you, it is important that you try to fix it first before you go looking for the plumber in town. Remember that plumbing’s services aren’t cheap, so you should save it for a more serious problem that requires tools and high-grade training you can only find a professional plumber. Here are the following DIY plumbing works  from Groff plumbing service in Singapore every homeowner can try every time your plumbing system acts up.

  1.    Installing a shower head

You don’t need to call a professional plumber in installing a showerhead. All you need to do is gather the right tools such as wrenches and Teflon along with other plumber’s putty and drain snake.

To put it simply, all that requires you is to unscrew the old shower from where it’s attached (the shower arm) and make sure there are no threads left before you wrap a bit of Teflon around it. Next, you can now screw the new shower following the manufacturer’s guide. Make sure that you read thoroughly because some models do not require any Teflon tape at all. In fact, it can even cause a leak if you wrap some of it.

  1.    Fixing the leak in a single-handle sink faucet

Faucet leaks are common and you don’t need to summon a professional plumber every time it acts up. All you need to do is learn this method.

First, you need to remove the old handle and inspect the mechanism. You can replace it or just surround it with seals to stop the water leaking. Make sure that you inspect properly before putting back the pieces because it can cause another trouble in short time. You could always buy a faucet repair kit and replace everything to ensure that the leak would not happen for an extended period of time. Neither of the aforementioned options we’ve mentioned above is expensive so it shouldn’t burn a hole in your pocket.

  1.    Fixing leaks in bathtub faucet

If it’s the faucet in your bathtub that has leaked, it is somehow similar to fixing leaks in your kitchen sink faucet only that the bathtub is required to replace it with the valve as well.

  1.    Installing a new faucet

For those people who think installing a new faucet to avoid leaking is the only key, you should learn this method. First, you need to find the right faucet to buy. It will come with a manual. Using the right tools, you can install the faucet similar to the way you’re going to install the faucet in your bathroom. The key here is finding the right faucet for your kitchen sink.

These are the different types of DIY projects that you can try. It will help you to save money in the long run. It’s not always bad to try to fix the problem first. However, make sure that you call a professional plumber if it gets worse because you can deteriorate the problem without even knowing it. Find out more about singapore groff plumbing when you follow us.