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Does anyone know what trades or services i need to put an outdoor tap?

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10m, 3d agoPosted 10 months, 3 days ago
Does anyone know how much it would cost??
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10m, 3d agoPosted 10 months, 3 days ago
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#1
plumber.
#2
£100 fitted
#3
davewave
plumber.


damn, you beat me to it :)
#4
davewave
plumber.

This
#5
carpenter
#6
elliott1982
carpenter

Try again ;)
#7
Plumber.As for price how long is a piece of string. Through a wall behind a current outlet like sink or washing machine should be pretty cheap. If it involves lots of cutting and pipework then considerably more.
#8
mutley1
elliott1982
carpenter

Try again ;)


roofer?
#9
elliott1982
mutley1
elliott1982
carpenter
Try again ;)
roofer?

You're getting closer X)
#10
Candle stick maker?
#11
Error440
Candle stick maker?

Getting cold again X)
#12
You can buy Diy ready made kits pretty cheap have a look at utube for how to do it
#13
Had a leaflet posted through my door the other day about this, they were charging £69..
banned#14
chocci
£100 fitted

Depends where they want it placed & where the water supply is.

If its straight forward then yep circa £100
#15
I paid £45 for mine to be fitted. Make sure they use a non-return valve in the tap. I think £100 is a little steep.
#16
Simple DIY job.
#17
anjasola
Simple DIY job.
Only if you have all the right tools

E.g. Pipe cutter, 15mm masonry drill etc etc
#18
chocci
anjasola
Simple DIY job.
Only if you have all the right tools
E.g. Pipe cutter, 15mm masonry drill etc etc

Also it the water is anywhere near where you want it.

Putting a tap in the back of a town house when the kitchen and bathroom is in the front. Chipping out the concrete floor or piping it down the wall from the loft is certainly not an easy job.
#19
thanks everyone for your info I'll look into it now can't be doing with filling the pool up with buckets takes to long.
#20
Check out your local paper, a couple of ads in mine charging £ 45
banned#21
chocci
anjasola
Simple DIY job.
Only if you have all the right tools
E.g. Pipe cutter, 15mm masonry drill etc etc

Wrong.......
banned#22
GAVINLEWISHUKD
chocci
anjasola
Simple DIY job.
Only if you have all the right tools
E.g. Pipe cutter, 15mm masonry drill etc etc
Also if the water is anywhere near where you want it.

Putting a tap in the back of a town house when the kitchen and bathroom is in the front. Chipping out the concrete floor or piping it down the wall from the loft is certainly not an easy job.


Right..........
#23
You could get one of the new wifi taps which doesn't need plumbing. Cost more for the tap but will be easy to fit it yourself. :D
#24
YouDontWantToKnow
chocci
anjasola
Simple DIY job.
Only if you have all the right tools
E.g. Pipe cutter, 15mm masonry drill etc etc
Wrong.......
'bit' was in the etc ;)
#25
pan1100
You can buy Diy ready made kits pretty cheap have a look at utube for how to do it


used one myself. Just involves connecting a valve to an excisting supply pipe, and a cutting screw thing inside it, just cutts into the pipe and seals at same time. Very quick and easy as long as its near to where you need the pipe to go through the wall.
#26
Rich069
pan1100
You can buy Diy ready made kits pretty cheap have a look at utube for how to do it


used one myself. Just involves connecting a valve to an excisting supply pipe, and a cutting screw thing inside it, just cutts into the pipe and seals at same time. Very quick and easy as long as its near to where you need the pipe to go through the wall.


just one example.

http://www.diy.com/departments/plumbsure-garden-tap-kit-pack

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