These quality braided stainless water flex lines are the perfect choice for hooking up a faucet to your water supply. With multiple fittings to choose from, you are sure to find the right flex for your needs. These quality braided water flexes have the same exterior stainless steel outer sheating but are coated with the special finishes most commonly requested.
Follow these simple step-by-step DIY instructions to get the job done right. These four steps detail how to get rid of the old faucet. Before you can replace your faucet, you need to determine what type of sink you have.
It is such an easy set-up and I cannot help but be excited over the fact that having an outdoor sink is so convenient! I connected my outdoor hose to the sink for the water. A line can be connected to both the hot water handle and the cold water handle, though obviously there will be no hot water. In my setup, I only have one line running to the cold water handle.
Bert spent 25 years working as a home-improvement and residential construction contractor in central Florida. A quick trip to a local hardware store reveals many different types of faucet supply lines, sometimes called water supply tubes. Because the different styles are usually interchangeable, the supply line bought depends on the installer's preference.
First, we discovered how water gets to your house. Your water main receives pressurized, treated water directly from the pumping stations sending it via this line. The pressure applied to the water by the pumps gives city water enough force to travel to you.
Allen Lyle installing a new kitchen faucet. But, let me show you how easy it can be. Actually the first thing you want to do is gather all of your tools together. A couple things I like to have handy are paper towels, just in case because you will have a little bit of extra water in the line, mop that up.
Changing or installing a new faucet is a fairly simple home improvement task, even if it does require contorting your body into a pretzel-like shape under the sink temporarily. If you can avoid needing to be hoisted out from under the cabinet and being put into traction I recommend stretching first this type of project should take less than an hour. If the sink and faucet are old or rusted it may take more time and tools to remove it.