• New Era of plumbing in South Africa - 13 Oct 2016

    published: 17 Oct 2016
  • Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

    Modern Plumbing Works is proud to be a pioneer in the plumbing industry by being the first company in South Africa to offer prefabricated plumbing systems. Prefabrication is 7 x faster than conventional break and build plumbing installations. See how Prefabricated Plumbing can save you time and money on costruction. Visit our website for more information: http://prefabplumbing.co.za/

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • Super Plumbing Exposed!!!!!

    www.superplumbing.co.za --- A lot of people ask us, "what makes Super Plumbing unique"? We thought, instead of us answering that questions, we'd ask some of the leading experts in the plumbing and building field in South Africa -- and this is what they said. As you'll see, we aint no ordinary plumbers! You may even say, we're Super ;)

    published: 26 Aug 2009
  • Modern Plumbing - Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

    See how our Prefabricated Plumbing can save you time and money on construction. Modern Plumbing Works is proud to be a pioneer in the plumbing industry by being the first company in South Africa to offer prefabricated plumbing systems. Prefabrication is 7 x faster than conventional break and build plumbing installations. We make the steel plumbing frames offsite at our custom-built factory. This way we can create engineer-approved frames without spending hours at the construction site. We coordinate with the architects during the entire project to ensure that our purpose-made plumbing frames will fit correctly. BENEFITS OF A PREFABRICATED PLUMBING SYSTEM The majority of work is done at our factory, resulting in less workers at the construction site, which in turn makes the job of t...

    published: 23 Jun 2016
  • Entrepreneurs of Africa with Amalgamated Plumbing Services |EP1S2

    Season 2 Returns! Entrepreneurs of Africa interviews John Athian of Amalgamated Plumbing Services in our first episode for the season. John runs his plumbing business in Brisbane, Australia. A business he has been running for over 3 years now. Listen to his story as he shares his experiences with Entrepreneurs of Africa: Australia.

    published: 07 Feb 2017
  • Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg - Blue Ocean Southern Africa - InfoIsInfo

    Blue Ocean Southern Africa, Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg. More information here: http://johannesburg.infoisinfo.co.za/card/blue-ocean-southern-africa/759605?wt_mc=videoenlace Related categories Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg http://johannesburg.infoisinfo.co.za/search/plumbing-materials?wt_mc=videoenlace Blue Ocean Southern Africa distributes Blue Ocean PPR pipes and fittings in South Africa. We offer a complete range of PPR pipes and fittings from 16-160mm OD in PN10 (cold/chilled water) & PN16 (hot/cold water). Our PPR threaded adaptor fittings range from 1/2" to 3" with the brass being DZR CW602N. In the near future we will also be able to supply 4". Our range of PPR flange adaptors are from 32-160mm. It is made with steel and covered in PPR/glass fibre to make them ...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Basement Bathroom 5 fit sewer Fernco, glue PVC plumbing

    How to build a basement bathroom - fitting Fernco connection to cast iron sewer pipe, and connect PVC plumbing. See videos at http://www.mrhardware.com/articles-and-videos/raising-first-floor-using-jacks/

    published: 21 Jul 2013
  • Basics of Your Home's Plumbing - The Home Depot

    See more: http://thd.co/XRUzQL Learn about the secret life of your home's plumbing system, including how water flows into your home and how the drainage system flows into the main stack. Discover tips on how to improve your water pressure as well as how to clean out clogs. For more DIY information, visit http://www.homedepot.com/knowhow

    published: 30 Sep 2008
  • What are the 3 Major Plumbing Materials

    published: 11 Aug 2015
  • Tommy's Trade Secrets - How to Install a Toilet Pan & Cistern

    For all your building materials and tool needs please visit www.tommysyard.com

    published: 09 Dec 2011
  • HOW TO INSTALL A BATH - Plumbing Tips

    ***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.buteline.com/uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts This video covers the best way to install a bath. It's worked for us hundreds of times and should for you too! We cover removing the old bath, attaching the legs to the new bath and using a spirit level to level the new bath. We also cover fixing it to the wall and using glue and adhesive to seal it tight before tiling. Welcome to today's Plumberparts.co.uk video. This video is gonna very, very quickly show you how to, basically, put a new bath in. This one here is temporarily i...

    published: 20 Aug 2014
  • +27787743362 PLUMBING AND PIPEFITTING COURSES IN SOUTH AFRICA

    http://www.classicoperatorstrainingcenter.co.za +27787743362CLASSIC OPERATORS TRAINING CENTRE ,ATRAINING CENTRE AIMING AT SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF UNEMPLOYMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA BY GIVING PROFFESSIONAL AND TECHINICAL SKILLS TO ALL CITIZENS OF SOUTH AFRICA AND ALL PEOPLE ACROSS AFRICA SINCE SOUTH AFRICA IS A RICH COUNTRY IN MINERAL DEPOSITS ,THERE IS A NEED TO UTILIZE THIS OPPORTUNITY BY ATTAINING PROFFESSIONAL TECHINICAL SKILLS THEN RE ADRESS THE PROBLEMS OF UNEMPLOYMENT THAT IS TO SAY OUR TRAINEES ARE ALL GURANTED TO GETTING JOBS IN MINES ACROSS SOUTH AFRICA AS WELL AS BEING SELF EMPLOYED REG.NO.2007/003416/23WHATSAPP,+27787743362WE TRAIN STUDENTS FROM EVERY WHERE AROUND THE WORLD NAMIBIA,BOTSWANA,MOZAMBIQUE,LESOTHO,ZAMBIA, SOUTHAFRICA,ZIMBABWE,ANGOLA,SWAZILAND MALAWI DURBAN CAPETOWN FREEST...

    published: 20 Jun 2016
  • Egyptian artist creating unique lights from plumbing materials

    One artist in Egypt is turning plumbing materials into dazzling works of light. Beshoy Gerguis has been a painter for most of his life -- but now he's creating works of light from discarded plumbing kits. CGTN's Adel EL Mahrouky has that story.

    published: 27 Mar 2017
  • Africa: Interesting Facts

    Africa is Not A Country, and other interesting facts about Africa To subscribe https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisOtherGuyBW?sub_confirmation=1 More Videos https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisOtherGuyBW/videos Twitter https://twitter.com/This_OtherGuy Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ThisOtherGuyOnline Background to This Video There are several different theories regarding the origin of the name “Africa”; Most etymologists believe the name is derived from Afri, the title for a group of people who dwelt in North Africa near Carthage around the third century B.C., and -ca, the Roman suffix for “country” or “land”; Ancient Greeks and Romans originally used the term “Africa” to apply only to the northern region of the continent. In Latin, the word Africa means “sunny,” and the word Aphrike in Gree...

    published: 20 Jul 2015
  • Building in Ghana Part 7 || Borehole Drilling || Plumbing ||

    As you can see, we are making progress. Please subscribe and share your comments. I hope you find this video useful. Thank you Plumbing begins at the 2:22min mark Music: MasterkraftFinally Ft. Sarkodie & Flavour R2Bees ft. Wizkid - Tonight

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL A TOILET - PLUMBING TIPS

    ***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.buteline.com/uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk This video covers how to install a toilet. Includes how to remove a toilet bowl or pan and cistern and install the new ones. How to attach them safely to the floor and wall. How to seal a 4 inch waste pipe. How to disconnect and reconnect the cold water supply. Today I'm going to tell you how to remove and install your toilet. This is a closed coupled cistern toilet and it's going to be absolutely mental. First up, remove the lid to your toilet. Next, turn off the water supply. To make sure the water supply is properly isolated just flush the toilet and you should notice that it isn't filling up. ...

    published: 31 Oct 2011
New Era of plumbing in South Africa - 13 Oct 2016

New Era of plumbing in South Africa - 13 Oct 2016

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Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

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Modern Plumbing Works is proud to be a pioneer in the plumbing industry by being the first company in South Africa to offer prefabricated plumbing systems. Prefabrication is 7 x faster than conventional break and build plumbing installations. See how Prefabricated Plumbing can save you time and money on costruction. Visit our website for more information: http://prefabplumbing.co.za/
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Super Plumbing Exposed!!!!!

Super Plumbing Exposed!!!!!

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www.superplumbing.co.za --- A lot of people ask us, "what makes Super Plumbing unique"? We thought, instead of us answering that questions, we'd ask some of the leading experts in the plumbing and building field in South Africa -- and this is what they said. As you'll see, we aint no ordinary plumbers! You may even say, we're Super ;)
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Modern Plumbing - Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

Modern Plumbing - Prefabricated Plumbing South Africa

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See how our Prefabricated Plumbing can save you time and money on construction. Modern Plumbing Works is proud to be a pioneer in the plumbing industry by being the first company in South Africa to offer prefabricated plumbing systems. Prefabrication is 7 x faster than conventional break and build plumbing installations. We make the steel plumbing frames offsite at our custom-built factory. This way we can create engineer-approved frames without spending hours at the construction site. We coordinate with the architects during the entire project to ensure that our purpose-made plumbing frames will fit correctly. BENEFITS OF A PREFABRICATED PLUMBING SYSTEM The majority of work is done at our factory, resulting in less workers at the construction site, which in turn makes the job of the contractors, builders, surveyors, and safety officers a bit easier to manage. Save time by essentially doing two phases of construction at the same time in different locations. They’re easy to install. Builders can build around the plumbing frames, unlike the traditional ‘break and build’ method. Book A Free Demo: http://prefabplumbing.co.za/visit-showroom/
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Entrepreneurs of Africa with Amalgamated Plumbing Services |EP1S2

Entrepreneurs of Africa with Amalgamated Plumbing Services |EP1S2

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Season 2 Returns! Entrepreneurs of Africa interviews John Athian of Amalgamated Plumbing Services in our first episode for the season. John runs his plumbing business in Brisbane, Australia. A business he has been running for over 3 years now. Listen to his story as he shares his experiences with Entrepreneurs of Africa: Australia.
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Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg - Blue Ocean Southern Africa - InfoIsInfo

Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg - Blue Ocean Southern Africa - InfoIsInfo

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Blue Ocean Southern Africa, Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg. More information here: http://johannesburg.infoisinfo.co.za/card/blue-ocean-southern-africa/759605?wt_mc=videoenlace Related categories Plumbing Materials in Johannesburg http://johannesburg.infoisinfo.co.za/search/plumbing-materials?wt_mc=videoenlace Blue Ocean Southern Africa distributes Blue Ocean PPR pipes and fittings in South Africa. We offer a complete range of PPR pipes and fittings from 16-160mm OD in PN10 (cold/chilled water) & PN16 (hot/cold water). Our PPR threaded adaptor fittings range from 1/2" to 3" with the brass being DZR CW602N. In the near future we will also be able to supply 4". Our range of PPR flange adaptors are from 32-160mm. It is made with steel and covered in PPR/glass fibre to make them more durable. Feel free to visit our website for more information. PPR Pipes: PN12.5 for cold and chilled water. 16-25mmPN10 for cold and chilled water. 32-160mm PN16 for hot and cold water. 16-160mmPPR Fittings: FittingsThreaded FittingsUnion FittingsBall ValvesStop ValvesInclined ValvesFlange AdaptorsWelding Machines Non-Digital Display. 16-110mmDigital Display. 16-110mmTable Welders. 50-160mm We distribute first and foremost our PPR products. We also give technical before and after sales service and we provide free training for our product where required. About InfoIsInfo: Our web: http://www.infoisinfo.co.za Off to Osaka by Kevin MacLeodis licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
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Basement Bathroom 5 fit sewer Fernco, glue PVC plumbing

Basement Bathroom 5 fit sewer Fernco, glue PVC plumbing

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How to build a basement bathroom - fitting Fernco connection to cast iron sewer pipe, and connect PVC plumbing. See videos at http://www.mrhardware.com/articles-and-videos/raising-first-floor-using-jacks/
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Basics of Your Home's Plumbing - The Home Depot

Basics of Your Home's Plumbing - The Home Depot

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See more: http://thd.co/XRUzQL Learn about the secret life of your home's plumbing system, including how water flows into your home and how the drainage system flows into the main stack. Discover tips on how to improve your water pressure as well as how to clean out clogs. For more DIY information, visit http://www.homedepot.com/knowhow
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What are the 3 Major Plumbing Materials

What are the 3 Major Plumbing Materials

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Tommy's Trade Secrets - How to Install a Toilet Pan & Cistern

Tommy's Trade Secrets - How to Install a Toilet Pan & Cistern

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HOW TO INSTALL A BATH - Plumbing Tips

HOW TO INSTALL A BATH - Plumbing Tips

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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.buteline.com/uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk ***Facebook*** http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001119410854 ***Twitter*** https://twitter.com/#!/plumberparts This video covers the best way to install a bath. It's worked for us hundreds of times and should for you too! We cover removing the old bath, attaching the legs to the new bath and using a spirit level to level the new bath. We also cover fixing it to the wall and using glue and adhesive to seal it tight before tiling. Welcome to today's Plumberparts.co.uk video. This video is gonna very, very quickly show you how to, basically, put a new bath in. This one here is temporarily in already. As you can see they've had lots of work done to this room. So we're just gonna whip this bath out the way. Then I'm gonna get the new bath ready with a lovely new set of legs and we're gonna put it in here, we're gonna stick it in and glue it on. So I hope you enjoy today's video and I hope you learn a little it about how to fix your bath in. If you want to know about the other bits, we've done videos on that already and I'll leave links to that in the description below. I speak to thee later. Hold tight. ♫ We've got the water off ♫ So first thing to do is disconnect the water Fortunately, the water here is on flexibles. So it's even easier. Right, if we go under here you'll see, praise be to god, there's actually a flexible going off the inch and a half waste off the bath. So all I'm going to do for now is just slacken this beast off here and let that drop down. With any luck we won't have to do a lot of hard work to get the new bath in. Oh yeah. Anyway, right so, while that's going, I'm gonna lift this out. Right, so now we've got the old bath out, we can set about clearing up in there and preparing the new bath and hope that the kids are actually quiet for 10 minutes. So we got the bath out, yeah? We've got the flexi pipe here that makes this tutorial so much easier. And also I've had a lovely bit of cake, so they're learning. I've got cake and a cup of coffee, so we're doing well. Anyway, before I continue, this bit of pipe back here, that's gonna be behind the bath, is frankly bloody awful. So I wanna just get that clipped up back to the wall. Make that look nice before I carry on so that it looks something like this. Beautiful, huh? I mean, this is what it's all about. Making it better. We've got a proper little leader valve on 'ere that they can get to from under the bath. So then pop the panel off and get it off there because that's all there is. And I cannot be bothered to get my dyes out to redo all the inch and a half they've got over there. So that's a much better set up. Nice and clipped to the wall. So now we can get our new bath and prepare it to go in this gap here. It's gonna be great. Right, so we've got a new bath in here now and we're going to get this all ready. If you are a woman, right, and you're doing this, read the instructions, okay? Inwardly digest them and then do it right first time. If you're a man, completely ignore the instructions, throw them away and get it wrong. So just read the instructions, that's what I'm saying. And I'm always gettin' told off by my wife for not reading the instructions. I've read them already, by the way, and I'm now ready to do the first stage of this next part of the job. And that's basically get all the legs on this bath. Right, so nice baths have a central weight-bearing point about here, and then a bar across the bottom here at the end, and a bar across here for the end there. But then some baths will have a bar that will attach here on this side, go over, pin there, and then pin over the other side and they do that in three places as well. This is a much more common way of new baths being installed these days. So firstly watch how I put the middle bit in. Right, so first things first is I'm gonna get my nut on my central and wind this down, okay? Then I'm actually I'm gonna push my new foot through here now, and get this nut on now because it would be easier to do this now rather than later. And just make it so it's just hand tight. And then hope the kids don't scream their heads off. This is the middle of the bath here, and the middle of the bath like that as well. So make sure you use the right length screws. If you use the wrong length screws, it will go straight through the bath. You don't wanna do that. So you get your screws just on here like so. Right, and that's the middle one on. Right, so now I want to get my next panel here, okay? And that's going to be, I'm probably just pop that about there like so, okay? And then I'm gonna pop some screws in here and here and here, and get this bit on. Right, and once you've got these in like this, once you've got the end in like that, you can pop your first thread through here like so.
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+27787743362 PLUMBING AND PIPEFITTING COURSES IN SOUTH AFRICA

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Egyptian artist creating unique lights from plumbing materials

Egyptian artist creating unique lights from plumbing materials

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One artist in Egypt is turning plumbing materials into dazzling works of light. Beshoy Gerguis has been a painter for most of his life -- but now he's creating works of light from discarded plumbing kits. CGTN's Adel EL Mahrouky has that story.
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Africa: Interesting Facts

Africa: Interesting Facts

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Africa is Not A Country, and other interesting facts about Africa To subscribe https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisOtherGuyBW?sub_confirmation=1 More Videos https://www.youtube.com/c/ThisOtherGuyBW/videos Twitter https://twitter.com/This_OtherGuy Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ThisOtherGuyOnline Background to This Video There are several different theories regarding the origin of the name “Africa”; Most etymologists believe the name is derived from Afri, the title for a group of people who dwelt in North Africa near Carthage around the third century B.C., and -ca, the Roman suffix for “country” or “land”; Ancient Greeks and Romans originally used the term “Africa” to apply only to the northern region of the continent. In Latin, the word Africa means “sunny,” and the word Aphrike in Greek means “without cold. Africa is the second largest continent in the world by area Covering 44, 391,162 square km in area, you can fit all of China, USA, India, and a large part of Europe in Africa combined; Being the second largest continent by population as well, Africa has more than a billion people; And they speak, by estimates, close to two thousand languages. No. None of these languages is called “African” Just like any other continent, Africans don’t all know each other; And we don’t all speak Swahili; Arabic (in various dialects) is the most common language spoken in Africa; And most Africans are fluent or conversant in more than one language; There are more French speaking people in Africa than in France. Africa is not Sahara Desert Or a wide stretch of rainforest We don’t have lions roaming in our backyards; We don’t ride elephants to school; We don’t walk around naked in the bush We don’t live in caves; And we don’t all live in huts If you imagine that houses in Africa have no plumbing and no toilets then you’re an idiot. The African continent is the wealthiest in Natural Resources The world’s largest reserves of precious metals are found in this continent With over 40% of the gold reserves, over 60% of the cobalt, and 90% of the platinum reserves all found in the continent. When we visit Europe or America from Africa, we don’t swim across the ocean; We take flights, like everyone else; And when aeroplanes come to Africa, they don’t land in the bush On your way from the Airport to the Hotel You probably won’t be carried by a donkey cart We have cities We have electricity We have schools And we know What Facebook is Central Eastern Africa is believed by most scientists to be the origin place of humans; Charles Darwin was the first scientist to suggest that the ancestors of modern human beings may have originated in Africa; This however, was rejected by the prejudicial Western World, until well into the twentieth century. The world’s largest land animal is the African elephant; The world’s tallest animal, the giraffe, lives in Africa; The fastest land animal in the world, the cheetah, lives in Africa; Africa is home to the world’s largest reptile, the Nile crocodile. Speaking of the Nile, it is 6, 650 kilometres long, making it the World’s longer river, and it is of course, located in Africa; 13% of the world’s hydroelectric power potential lies in the Congo River. It is the deepest river in the world and the most powerful river in Africa. This river has the potential to single-handedly power all of sub-Saharan Africa. The novel “Tarzan of the Apes”, set in Africa and published by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs in 1912, created such a compelling image of Africa and the book’s title character that a New Orleans newspaper writer only half-jokingly suggested that if Tarzan were to run for president of America in 1929, he would receive as many votes as the incumbent president Herbert Hoover. The deserts of Tunisia housed the original Star Wars movie sets for the film's planet Tatooine. More than 30 years after the first movie in the series, the sets are still very well preserved and visitors to Tunisia can even stay in Luke Skywalker’s home. Learn More http://www.interesting-africa-facts.com/ http://www.factslides.com/s-Africa http://facts.randomhistory.com/2009/07/23_africa.html African Countries Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Democratic Republic of Congo Republic of Congo Cote d'Ivoire Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Reunion Rwanda Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe
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Building in Ghana Part 7 || Borehole Drilling || Plumbing ||

Building in Ghana Part 7 || Borehole Drilling || Plumbing ||

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As you can see, we are making progress. Please subscribe and share your comments. I hope you find this video useful. Thank you Plumbing begins at the 2:22min mark Music: MasterkraftFinally Ft. Sarkodie & Flavour R2Bees ft. Wizkid - Tonight
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HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL A TOILET - PLUMBING TIPS

HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL A TOILET - PLUMBING TIPS

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***VISIT OUR SPONSORS*** http://www.traderadiators.com | http://www.grahamplumbersmerchant.co.uk | http://www.buteline.com/uk | http://www.adey.com ***WEBSITE*** http://www.plumberparts.co.uk This video covers how to install a toilet. Includes how to remove a toilet bowl or pan and cistern and install the new ones. How to attach them safely to the floor and wall. How to seal a 4 inch waste pipe. How to disconnect and reconnect the cold water supply. Today I'm going to tell you how to remove and install your toilet. This is a closed coupled cistern toilet and it's going to be absolutely mental. First up, remove the lid to your toilet. Next, turn off the water supply. To make sure the water supply is properly isolated just flush the toilet and you should notice that it isn't filling up. So, as you can see there, not filling up. You'll now notice that there's about an inch worth of water in the bottom of the cistern. Now, it's really handy that you get this out before you do any more work otherwise you'll get water everywhere. Now, fortunately for me, I have a wet vac, so I could just vacuum it out, but you're probably not going to have that facility. The best thing to do is grab yourself a towel, put your towel in there, have a bucket and keep wringing your towel out into the bucket. Do the same with the toilet bowl as well and make sure you just got the cistern and the bowl as empty of water as you possible can get before you move onto the next step. Get rid of all the water that you possibly can. Now to the toilet bowl. When you do it, wear some gloves, even though it's probably going to be your own poo juice anyway. Now you've empty the cistern and the toilet bowl of water we can move on to the next stage which is disconnecting the water supply to the toilet itself. It's really easy to see on this toilet it's just this flexible bit here. So, you get a pair of adjustables and just loosen that off. You might need a small towel just to catch any water that's still sitting up in the valve, just to make sure we don't have a small flood. Fortunately, there's nothing in there. Brilliant. Most cisterns have a way of actually holding the cistern to the wall. On this one here we've got these two screws here. Remove them and then we can move on to the next stage. Now it's time to remove the cistern from the toilet itself. So you go down underneath the cistern. You'll find two little wingnuts. Undo those and you'll be able to rip the cistern off from the toilet. Undo the one on this side as well. So we've undone those two wingnut underneath. We should now just be able to life up the system, like so. Take it outside. Now that we've removed the system from the toilet we actually have to get the toilet up itself. We're lucky in this house because the toilet waste pipe going out the back is on a flexible multiquick. Now it's probably best you go and buy one of these yourself cause they're really easy to fit next time around, rather than actually doing rigid four inch pipe work. Most toilets are held down by a couple of screws and a bit of silicon, so remove those screws, cut the silicon and you should be able to lift the toilet up and out of the way. Just watch me do it. So you get your screws here. Once you've removed the screws gently take off the soil pipe off the back of the toilet. You should be able to remove it and take it away. One thing I'd recommend at this point is getting some paper, don't look, hold the soil pipe and look way and just push your paper in there so there's no smell. By the way, you might need therapy after doing this bit. Now that you've got the toilet out of the way we can now prepare the area for the new toilet. Just give everywhere a good clean. Get all the debris out of the way. As with a lot of bathroom jobs, me as the plumber, I now have to wait for the tilers to come in and do their bit, get the floor down, before I can actually fit the toilet. I'll be back here in a week, but for you it will feel like a second. We've got the new toilet here now. The floor's been laid so we're ready to put the toilet back in to the old pipe work, marry all that properly. The first thing we've got to do is actually fix the toilet to the floor and this one's got the internal L shaped clamps. Now, a lot of toilets, what you need to do is screw two screws down through the porcelain into the floor. Because we've got these L shaped clamps we've got to do a little bit of measuring to make sure they're in the right place. So, the first thing we do is get the toilet into the position that we want it to be in. Push the waste back on. We're very lucky we've got that flexible waste. Push the toilet back to the wall, exactly to where you want it to be. Then we get a small pencil and make a tiny mark next to each one of the holes. Disconnect the toilet and the waste from where it needs to be. Next, put the toilet upside down and get a couple of screws just to hold this roughly in place.
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