Handeeman installed Aquor Water Systems V2+ House Hydrants in Matte Black on his new Arizona home, which he’s building himself!
Derek wanted both cold and hot water access, so he installed two of the Hydrants side by side.
In preparation for putting in the Hydrants, Derek installed wood blocking behind the stucco before the stucco was added to the home’s exterior.
Preparing the Hydrant entry holes.
Using a hole saw to cut through the wood block.
Further widening the entry holes.
Testing the fit.
There are 3 inches of foam within the walls, so it would be difficult to attach the Hydrants to the concrete without the woods blocks. We’re talking some LONG screws!
Drilling the screws into place.
Predrilling to get the spacing right.
Further enlarging the holes for the screws.
Derek added 90 degree PEX inlets to the backend of his Hydrants in order to connect his PEX-A plumbing and complete the installation.
The 90 degree PEX elbow inlet on the back of the Hydrant will be connected to the PEX-A plumbing.
Instant water access! Once the plumbing is connected and ready to go, of course.
View Derek’s install video here.