Top 10 Plumbing Mistakes – Plumbing Tricks – The Expert Plumber

Top 10 Plumbing mistakes made by homeowners, plumbers and other trade people. Knowing how these mistakes are made and how to avoid them can save you TONS of money and stress.

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The Expert Plumber says:

Some of these are surprising and a little humorous! But learn how to avoid these can save you money!

Toasty Waffles says:

Thanks! Great video. I’m starting to look at plumbing as a trade before continuing going to college. Yesterday I put a bunch of rice into the garbage disposal and clogged it up. I then flooded my whole kitchen trying to undo the pipes under the sink, but the rice was too far. It was late at night, and that was a fun cleanup. I didn’t have a snake either, so I had to wait for the maintenance to fix it today. But either way through this hard lesson I realized that I might want to do this one day, especially because it’s a job that will be around where ever I go. I also didn’t like the feeling of not knowing what to do in that situation. I really appreciate your videos. Headed to the local community college tomorrow to talk about starting up a certificate program!

Val Walden says:

Thank you. Grout and concrete don’t actually dry out they have a chemical reaction to harden that’s why they can pour concrete under water and have it harden fine. In super hot places they have to keep concrete wettened with hoses or it won’t set properly. Can REALLY ruin pipes. Good tips and warnings thanks.

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