How to Installing Kitchen Faucets


For many people, installing kitchen faucets just like a piece of cake. However, the kitchen faucet can make a big difference to the kitchen’s look and function. So make sure that you spend enough time in the selection process and installation. With a little initiative, you can install your faucet at no extra cost. It is important to remember though that installing kitchen faucets does involve basic knowledge or skill in understanding instructions. For a help, here are the steps in installing kitchen faucets yourself.

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Guide to Installing Kitchen Faucets

Installing kitchen faucets depends on whether it is being replaced or installed for the first time. It being installed for the first time is much easier than when it is being replaced. This is because you can install the faucet first then fix the sink over it. It is much more challenging to replace a faucet as you have to work your way under the sink and around the supply lines and get to the mounting nuts that will hold the faucet in place. In this article we will give you the instructions installing kitchen a new kitchen faucet. First of all, do prepare some things like; Plumber’s putty, Slip-lock pliers, Basin wrench, Screwdriver, and Plumber’s tape.

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Then for the first step, unpack the kitchen faucet and make sure all the parts listed on the specifications are included. You may have to do a small amount of assembly before you can hook up the faucet to the sink, including threading the sprayer hose through the spout if the faucet has an attached sprayer. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for this assembly. Place the rubber gasket that fits under the faucet body on the back of the sink with the holes centered over the holes in the sink. The purpose of this gasket is to provide a watertight seal between the faucet body and the sink. If a gasket isn’t included with the faucet, spread plumber’s putty around the base of the faucet body itself.

Set the faucet in place so the supply tubes and the threaded mounting rods extend through the holes in the sink. If you have a single-handle faucet, you may have to squeeze the tubes together to get them to fit through the central hole. Then, screw the mounting nuts onto the threaded rods. Single-handle faucets have one rod extending through the central hole, while double-handle faucets can have one central one or one extending down from each handle. Use slip-lock pliers, a basin wrench or the special wrench provided with the faucet, if there is one. Some faucets have mounting plates that you can install and tighten with a screwdriver.

Drop the sprayer into the appropriate hole, if the faucet comes equipped with one, and connect the sprayer hose to the appropriate port on the faucet stem. Some sprayer connections are designed to be made without the need for a wrench. Follow the faucet manufacturer’s instructions. Connect the supply tubes to the shut-off valves, or angle stops, mounted on the wall under the sink. Use tubes that are long enough to make the connections without too much excess, and size the connectors on either end of the tubes to match the connectors on the angle stops and the faucet tubes. Wrap plumbing tape around the threaded male end of each connection, then screw on the female connector and tighten it with slip-lock pliers.

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Open the faucet all the way, then turn on the hot water angle stop and let water flow from the spout for approximately 30 seconds to flush the pipes. Turn off the hot water, turn on the cold water and flush again. Close the faucet when the flushing is complete, and then turn on both the hot and cold water angle stops. Note; If you are mounting the faucet on a new sink, save yourself time and trouble by doing it before the sink is installed. After all, installing kitchen faucets can be the easiest project you can do, and most installations require a few simple tools,  it makes less than an hour of your time. However, do make sure though that all your pre installation concerns have been properly addressed.

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47 thoughts on “How to Installing Kitchen Faucets

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  2. Terrence@66

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  3. Kiara

    Glass jars as drinking glasses! lol… It reminds me of people using mason jars for liquers (and drinking from them). Yes, leftover jars are wonderfully useful in many ways; however, I reservations on storing liquid food in them with metal lids due to rust concerns.

  4. Bailey

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  7. Kamden

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  8. Kendall-Blair-Jolie

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  13. MargaretKaylinTabitha

    Beautiful. Can someone assure to me how the living room manages to be warm and captivating even though it has no color other than the yellow pillow? I similar color walls but a darker brown couch, and been struggling with what color rug and other textiles (pillows, etc.) to add. It would never occurred to me to a rug appreciate this one because I assumed it would too drab, but it looks so here…. Is it because of the various textures, i.e. the fireplace brick, the beadboard, upholstery on chair, etc.?

  14. Malaya G.

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  21. Virginia

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  22. Madalynn

    I lots of Ikea goodies. Poang chair– leather -1 Liatorp bookcases (they are wood), Hemnes media & 8 drawer chest plus 2 higher 5 drawer pieces, and I their vanities with Ratvikan sinks. They are all wood too — and the drawers a lot of stuff!

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  26. Adelaide Malia Harlow

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  27. Finn@696

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  29. Chaya.Mina

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  30. Christopher Oliver Brice

    Actually, Buddhism teaches inner emptiness…emptying the mind rather than filling it with “everything you want.” Buddhism teaches you that having “wants” is a barrier to spiritual enlightenment.Speaking as a British Columbian who would probably also be identified as a hippie.

  31. Vivienne-Annabella

    Paper plates are incredibly wasteful – and these with the additional inks are worse than the white ones.Better are these ceramic plates and mugs from Fishs Eddy:

  32. Claudia_Thalia

    the my * cute!The bedroom is so my fashion and your home is lovely.Mt. Angelus is a gem, if it were not so smoggy in the spring and summer it would be the perfect location in LA area.

  33. Taylor-Gia-Cynthia

    wow, what a couch !i agree with tmoore on pale blue ! and i actually disagree with most of the crew about white. i having a crisp (but not bright) color on the wall could really ground this couch, making it feel of the personalized whole rather than an object on display.and after reading some of the other comments i some of the other various blue/green/gold options too, especially navy and spinach 🙂

  34. Dominic.Santiago.Ignacio

    SORRY TO SAY I USUALLY ALL DESIGNS CONTEMPORARY,MODERN, TRADITIONAL, COUNTRY(FRENCH) I SOMETHING ABOUT THEM ALL HOWEVER YOU bear MISSED THE ON THESE DESINGN SELECTIONS SORRY…..SORT OF RETRO GAUDY.

  35. Brad 1994

    Absolutely fabulous! Natasha is definitely be an interior designer I could work with; her to the entire is absoutely comely and impartial how I would done it. I also live in a and removed a of upper cabinets that made my and narrow kitchen feel oppressive, added shelves and artwork, and loved the result. If I only had her skills to my home feel as elegant! Ha!

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