Some easy DIY plumbing repairs include repairing a leaky faucet, installing a faucet, clearing a clogged drain and fixing a running toilet, according to WiseBread.com. Other projects that most DIY plumbers can undertake include replacing a kitchen sink sprayer, installing a shower head and caulking tubs and showers.
Many online sources offer information on how to repair a leaky faucet, including YouTube.com. Most of the time, fixing a slow drip requires just replacing a washer in the faucet. Installing a bathroom sink is as easy as following the instructions in the box. Clogged drains are often fixed by running a cable auger down the toilet or using a plunger to clear the clog, notes WiseBread.com.
Changing the floater switch or stop valve in the back of the toilet often fixes a running toilet. Installing a shower head and replacing a sink sprayer are also small plumbing jobs that nearly any DIY homeowner can undertake by following the package instructions. Likewise, the rim on the tub or shower requires prepping the area and following the directions on the caulking package; caulking guns are easy to use.
Other easy fixes for DIY plumbing include repairing a garbage disposal or sump pump or installing a toilet. Each of these require simple tools and are quick and easy plumbing projects to complete.