Kitchen Faucet Installation

Step-By-Step Instructions for Installing Kitchen Sink Faucets Installing Kohler Kitchen Faucets. The installation above is for a Kohler single handle kitchen faucet with a side spray. Its easy as 1-2-3 and you can do it quickly and easily while saving yourself $100′s of dollars. Buy it online and install it yourself in minutes. After removing the old faucet, slide the undercover over the faucet supply hoses and the hose outlet. Feed the faucet supply hoses and outlet through the sink hole and position the faucet. Continue reading →

How to Install a Kitchen Faucet Installation Video

Do-It-Yourself Kitchen Faucet Installation Video Installing a new Kitchen Faucet is as easy as 1-2-3 once you watch this (DIY) Do-It-Yourself installation video from our partner Moen Faucets. Before you get started you just need to make sure you have just a few simple tools. A phillips head screwdriver, some adjustable wrenches, pipe tape, flashlight, safety glasses and plumbing puddy. The Faucet being installed in this video is a pull down faucet with a sprayer from Moen Faucets. You can check out Moen Kitchen Faucets Continue reading →

Moen PosiTemp Valve Vs. Moentrol Valve

What is the difference between a Moen PosiTemp valve and a Moentrol Valve? First we look at the similarities of the two valves. Both offer a pressure-balanced system that maintains water temperature within two degrees. Built-in temperature limit stops which all you to control how far the handle rotates, therefore, controlling the range of water temperature. Available in a variety of connections from common 1/2″ CC/Sweat, 1/2″ IPS threaded, 1/2 PEX or CPVC. Meets pressure-balancing safety codes. Now we look at the differences between the Continue reading →

Shower Valve Options, What Is Behind The Wall?

In this Valve video tutorial we will take a look behind your shower faucet. The purpose of the valve is to control the flow of water and/or temperature. When you turn the valve handle the valve mixes the hot and cold water supplied through the lines that are behind the walls of your tub or shower. Valves are specific to each manufacturer. One manufacturer’s trim kit or faucet will not work with another manufacturer’s valve. If you choose to replace your existing tub/shower faucet with Continue reading →