Whether you like taking cold showers in the morning or you need to rinse your dishes, you know how important cold water is. But if something in your water system breaks or comes loose, do you know how to fix it? When you're trying to figure out how to hook your water system up correctly, how do you know which line is hot and which line is cold?
Unless you had a friend hook it up last time, the pipes probably aren't labeled with easy to read letters. If you're not a pro at this, you probably want some help in telling the difference. For this purpose, we have our pressurized cold and hot water line hose combo, labeled with a blue or redstripe that runs all the way down it.
This hose has more to offer than that stripe, though. Offered in lengths of 5, 10, 20, 30, or 50, you have the options you need so that you don't end up with not enough or a ton left over. With the reinforced nylon braiding, this PVC tubing withstands the pressure of your water pump up to 150 PSI.
Able to handle temperatures up to 180° F (82C), you can be sure that it won't break due to temperature. (Though in cold seasons, you should still winterize your pipes, preventing the water from freezing and expanding.) With the flexibility needed to get around tight spaces, this hose combo is the perfect fit to deliver that cold or hot water to your sink or shower.
So whether you're fixing your existing water system or adding in a new one, be sure to check out our cold and hot water pressurized hose combo and leave your water system better than how you found it, both for you and for anyone else down the line. Remember to also check out our fittings and fixtures to complete your water installation project.