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Find All The Plumbing Equipment You Need At Ring's End

Whether you're fixing a burst pipe, a clogged drain, or working on a home improvement project, you can find all the plumbing tools you need at Ring's End. If you're a novice looking to add a few plumbing wrenches to your toolbox, or a professional contractor in need of copper pipe - we've got you covered!

FAQs

What are the most common plumbing tools and their uses?

Three common plumbing tools are wrenches, plungers, and plumbers tape. An adjustable wrench is a versatile hand tool that can fit, remove, or tighten pipes and fixtures. A plunger is essential for unblocking clogged sinks and toilets, while plumbers tape helps join pipes and prevent leaks.

What tools do plumbers use to unclog drains?

Some tools plumbers use to unclog drains include plungers and drain snakes / augers. Drain snakes with cameras on are particularly useful tools for identifying and removing blockages from external drains.

What is a plumber’s wrench called?

A plumber's wrench is often called a "Pipe Wrench" or a "Stillson Wrench". It's an adjustable wrench that's useful for tightening and loosening plumbing fixtures and fittings.

How do you open a pipe without a wrench?

If you don't have a wrench, you could open the pipe using similar hand tools like adjustable metal pliers. You can also loosen some plastic pipes by hand.

How do you unscrew a shower head without a wrench?

Most shower heads are designed to be loosened by hand. If yours is stuck, you can try improving your grip with a towel or rubber gloves, or using adjustable pliers.