How to Install a Frost-Proof Faucet with PEX Piping | This Old House

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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey shows how to plumb a new hose faucet using flexible plastic water pipe. (See below for a shopping list and tools.)
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Shopping List For Installing a Frost-Proof Faucet with PEX Piping:
– frost-proof sill cock
– PEX piping and assorted fittings
– teflon tape
– silicone sealant
– 1 5/8-inch stainless screws
– copper pipe and assorted fittings
– lead-free solder and flux
– 1-inch PEX clips

Tools For Installing a Frost-Proof Faucet with PEX Piping:
– drill/driver fitted with 1-inch bit
– pliers
– PEX cutter
– PEX expansion tool, used to connect fittings to PEX piping
– caulk gun
– propane torch

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