Plumbing that constantly squeaks, pounds, and emits other noises is irritating but, fortunately, the problem is often easily fixed. If pipes are exposed, you must anchor them. If the pipes are in the walls, floors or ceiling, you may want to call a professional to come and help complete the project.
Avoid septic tank problems by having your tank pumped out in five year intervals. This will keep sediment from building and causing backup into the house, and possibly causing the septic system to fail. In this case, the cost of prevention definitely outweighs having your septic backing up into your house or failing.
If your toilet's water level is low, the toilet is clogged up, and using a plunger isn't resolving the issue, hold a bucket filled with warm water at about your waistline, and pour it into your toilet. If one attempt doesn't solve the problem, you can do it again once the water level stabilizes.
Do not attempt to fix your garbage disposal by reaching in with your hands. Garbage disposals can be dangerous, even if they are powered off. Research on the Internet for diagrams, troubleshooters or FAQ's about your disposal.
In conclusion, there many methods to use to improve your plumbing skills. Plumbing is a skill used in every home, but each house will have it's own system to deal with. These tips should be able to get you started on your own system.