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Episode 5 of the Wash Basin Install Videos. This one shows you how to install your hot and cold water pipes safely and easily. The pipes are 15mm copper tube. This also includes the installation of two compression fitting isolation valves. For more information visit http://www.plumberparts.co.uk
Right, so under our sink, as I said earlier on, we’ve got our 2 hot and cold water pipes, our waste pipe, the waste coming out of the bottom of the sink and our 2 hot and cold flows to the taps. What we’re gonna do in this video is connect these 2 pipes here to these 2 pipes there.and we’re also going to put 2 isolation valves in because it’s best practice. If there’s ever a problem with the tap there’s 2 isolation valves for the home owner or anyone like that to switch it off and then call a plumber out if they’ve got any problems. Before we do anything to these we’ve got to go and isolate them. If you don’t know where to do that or if they’re in the loft or anything like that, go downstairs and turn the main isolator off. Then run all your hot and cold taps until they all stop running and only then, when they’ve stopped running, you know that all the pipes are empty. At that point you can cut into the pipe here and cut these off They’re going to make a little bit of a hissing noise because water is going to go down that’s trapped in this pipe down to the taps below that I’ve opened up. So let’s give them a little wee twist, a little wee twist, twist. Twisting.There we go. Keep twisting round. There you go. Keep on going. You’ll get the same thing. You’ll see it’s just cutting a small score in there right now. That’s sucking as well. Just let it suck before you take it fully off. So it’s stopped hissing. There you go. Now the next thing we do is we clean these 2 ends up with some emery cloth because soldered pipe loves to be clean. Give them a nice clean. Get them really so there’s no paint on there at all. It takes a little while but persevere as it really does pay off this does. Once they’re nice and clean coat each one in flux ready for soldering.
So, we’ve got our 2 elbow fittings here. One on here like that and now what you want to do is solder 2 small stubs on Get your copper pipe cut a small stub of about an inch and a half maybe 2 inches, flux around the end and put it on there like that. Now we’re ready to do our first 2 solders. I’m experienced at doing this obviously so it’s easier for me. But if you’re not happy get yourself a heat mat wet it, make sure you’ve got a little tub of water nearby or something like that so if you do find any catches alight you’ve got something to quickly put it out. Also when you do any soldering always make sure you do it at least half an hour before you intend to leave the premises or leave your house, or something like that Just so you know for sure that there’s no smoldering or anything like that that could eventually turn into a fire. Another tip about soldering you don’t need to have a burning flame like that. Just a nice light flame for 15mm pipe is good enough. It’s easier to control as well and you’ll feel a lot more relaxed doing it yourself Reel off yourself a nice long bit of solder and just pop it under your fitting like so and just warm the fitting up nice and even. It will take time but it’s well worth doing like this. Soldering is all about being patient. There you go. So that’s the first one done. Move onto the second. Now just wait a few seconds Often I’ll get my flux brush again and just paint around here to clean the fitting up a bit. After that you give it a wipe with a damp cloth and that will really clean the fitting up. If you leave any flux on the fitting it does tend to go green and it will look horrible in about a month’s time. So, best to get all the flux off now while you can, while it’s a bit warm. Once those 2 stubs of pipe have dried nicely, get our 2 check valves and pop them on. Make a note of the arrow direction and which way the water flow’s going to be push on each valve, and tighten them up. If you want to know how to tighten up compression fittings visit one of our other videos as we’ve done one on that. As soon as you’ve installed them correctly it’s best just to turn them off now. so that the slot is across the line of the pipe like that. What I’m going to do now is just finish off all the soldering, get the pipe put back together and get the actual tap connected up. Now all being well you’ve tightened up both nuts, all your solder joints are fine. They’ve cooled down and you’ve cleaned them off. You can hopefully now turn the water back on and test them but don’t run too much into the tap basin yet as we haven’t got the waste on. That’s what we’re going to be doing in the next video.
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Offered for sale is this beautifully presented, three bedroom property which includes a kitchen/diner with integral appliances, a lounge with French doors opening onto the rear garden, a downstairs cloakroom, a four piece luxury bathroom suite, three bedrooms and an en suite to the master. Externally the property offers two off street parking spaces.
Via part glazed door into hallway
Window to side aspect, turning staircase to first floor, tiled floor, doors to:
Obscure window to front aspect, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, continuation of tiled flooring, tiled splashbacks, ladder style towel radiator
Kitchen/Dining Room 10′ x 9’11″
(3.05m x 3.02m) Window to front aspect, range of wall and base units incorporating drawers, laminate roll edge work surfaces over, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over, integral fridge/freezer, oven, grill and gas hob, extractor fan over, dishwasher, washing machine, tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring
Lounge 17’1″ x 11’6″ (5.21m x 3.51m)
Window to rear, French doors to garden, feature electric fireplace
First Floor Landing
Door to spacious storage cupboard housing gas boiler, doors to bedrooms one, two and bathroom
Obscure window to rear aspect, fitted with a four piece bathroom suite comprising bath with mixer tap over, corner shower cubicle with body jets, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, ladder style towel radiator, tiled splashbacks and flooring
Bedroom Two 13’2″ x 10′ (4.01m x 3.05m)
Window to rear aspect
Bedroom Three 10’1″ x 8’3″ (3.07m x 2.51m)
Window to front aspect
Second Floor Landing
Obscure cubed window panel, door to:
Master Bedroom 13’6″ x 12’10″ (4.11m x 3.91m)
Windows to front and rear aspects, low level under eaves storage cupboard, hatch to loft, door to:
En Suite Cloakroom
Skylight window, obscure cubed panelled windows to landing, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, ladder style towel radiator, tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring
Enclosed by panel fencing, mainly laid to lawn, decked platform and gazebo over, paved terrace with raised planters, outside tap, timber shed
Parking for two cars and outside tap