Trying to be a DIYer that doesn't need to hire a plumber after I touch it.

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  1. Mar 9, 2019 #1

    Jesse12

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    I'm glad I found this site and look forward to learning. I recently purchased a home that was built in 1980, I'm realizing this house needs more and more work everyday. My first project is to fix the maze of pipes below the kitchen sink so it can be used as a usable space. I'm then hoping to do some work on the bathrooms. I worked construction growing up, my grandfather was a handyman, and I enjoy the work so I'm looking forward to the adventure.

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    Diehard

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    Welcome!
    Having access to your applicable plumbing code will be a good idea. You may find access to it on line. And you'll have the expertise of many of the members here, to help answer questions as you go.
     

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