Less than 16 feet away, I want to change all the plumbing back to the outside of the trailer (which is inside right now and I do not like). Who installed this plumbing did wrong. Leaks, the angles are wrong, so it gets vacuum seals and ventilation is not high enough away from the root. I want it all replaced and the toilet moved 3 feet where new apartment when I left. This is in Michigan, a small town about how much will be the cost of a professional against a do it yourself-er. Well, I have the answer here. There are some things to consider, plumbing materials (copper, nylon, ABS, galvanized, etc.) and the cost of a plumber in your area. I would recommend getting quotes from at least three suits plumbing in your area and ask each one of the different materials for their advantages and disadvantages. If your handy type and want to do it yourself and then buy an instruction book on basic home plumbing (costs about $ 25 and worth it) and show you how to make a list of materials, tools, and such. This would be the first step if I was a rookie. The book will help you decide if you want to rent or to face himself. If you decide to hire at least the book will tell you enough to understand your bill and you can ask the right questions.
Shannon from showing how to cut copper pipes and copper tubes welded together with an elbow joint.