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Plumbing Supplies FAQs

Plumbing supplies refer to a broad range of materials and products used in the installation, repair, and maintenance of plumbing systems. These systems include water supply, drainage, waste disposal, and heating systems in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

Basic plumbing work requires some common tools, including a pipe wrench, adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdrivers, hacksaw, plumber's tape, pipe cutter, and a basin wrench. Having these tools on hand can help you tackle simple plumbing tasks effectively.

A leaky faucet is often caused by a worn-out washer or O-ring. Turn off the water supply, disassemble the faucet, replace the faulty part, and reassemble the faucet to fix the leak.

If your toilet keeps running after flushing, it could be due to a faulty flapper valve or a malfunctioning fill valve. Open the toilet tank, check the flapper for damage, and ensure it sits correctly. If it's damaged, replace it. If the fill valve is the issue, consider replacing it as well.

Washers in faucets should be replaced whenever you notice leaks or drips. They are inexpensive components and easy to replace, so it's better to do it promptly to avoid wasting water.