Moving Kitchen Plumbing to a New Location

Moving Kitchen Plumbing to a New Location

This video discusses how to move your hot and cold water lines to new fixture locations in your new kitchen. Often a new kitchen layout involves moving the sink, dishwasher and refrigerator to a new location. When this happens the plumbing system must move with these fixtures and appliances. This video explains one way of relocating water and electric lines.

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  1. Gabriel Alessandro
    Gabriel Alessandro 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Where is the part 2?

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  2. Dvach
    Dvach 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    I lol'd when he cut into structure. please discontinue plumbing, it's clear you don't have a license. thanks

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  3. Bernie
    Bernie 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Shark bites are more convenient than they are durable. Shortcuts.

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  4. GuessWhosBac ME
    GuessWhosBac ME 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    My man Tom like lets get it done aint gt time 2 xplain

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  5. joe quillun
    joe quillun 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    I wanna see how well Pex, holds up…in about 30-40 years.

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  6. Willy Bum Bum
    Willy Bum Bum 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Shark-bite in the wall? Ghetto AF

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  7. 123withrow
    123withrow 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    I would just sweat a pex adapter to the copper one day down the road those shark bites will fail.

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  8. Yun 11
    Yun 11 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Was there a part 2? What if the floor is concrete? Would it be best to Pex through the side wall or cabinetry?

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  9. AJ989 Jones
    AJ989 Jones 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Is that Ernest? His movies used to be lit and my childhood lol jk

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  10. Karen Snow
    Karen Snow 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    what would you do if the floor is concrete?? could you lift the flooring up and do a "trench" the size of the pipes then run the piping in the trench, and then place the wood floor over that??

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  11. Email
    Email 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    What does it cost to have something like this done (move sink and stove to an opposite wall) in a small 175 sqft kitchen? Thanks.

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  12. Rachel Nellesen
    Rachel Nellesen 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    I have amazing original wood floors in my kitchen that I don’t want to chop up when moving the sink, can I just cut a small access where the new sink will be and go into the crawl space to feed the pipes to where they need to go? So is there a specific reason you can’t?

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  13. Visual Timekeeper
    Visual Timekeeper 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    what if you have concrete foundation and NO BASEMENT?

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  14. i like bacon
    i like bacon 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Wonder where he works?

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  15. Pro Plumber
    Pro Plumber 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Good work but need a full video where i will see what you have moved everything like drain etc.

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  16. Cory Burkard
    Cory Burkard 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    Please make a video on how to move drain for sink

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  17. Tony Cao
    Tony Cao 4 December, 2021, 09:35

    how you guy move the drain? please post the video?

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