Toilet Plumbings

The basics of toilet plumbing are straightforward. A 1/2-inch copper water supply line is run from the 3/4-inch water main somewhere inside the house to the toilet. The pipe sticks out of the wall underneath the toilet tank. To connect it to the water supply, you will need a 90-degree elbow. Connect the two with a wrench. If you are doing the installation yourself, you may want to hire a plumber with more experience. The pros have all the tools necessary to fix the issue, including specialized tools and knowledge to help you make a perfect connection.