After buying and installing your new fridge or freezer the very next thing to install is your fridge water line. A refrigerator with a properly installed water line is the most convenient way to have access to clean filtered water and ice made automatically. If you are a homeowner having MN Plumbing and Home Services Installation install your fridge or freezer, we can easily install a water line to the fridge at the same time. If the installation of the refrigerator has already taken place, MN Plumbing and Home Services can come in and install your water line to the fridge individually.
Water Line To Fridge Installation Options
There are a variety of options when it comes to connecting a water line to a fridge. These options are helpful and create a wide spectrum of possible kitchen configurations. MN Plumbing and Home Services Installation installs in over 1,300 homes a month. We are extremely comfortable with any kitchen configuration, wherever your fridge and freezer unit is located in the home, we’ll get a water line successfully connected to it.
Easy Day Easy Access
On an easy day, there will be access to a water line directly behind the fridge. Many kitchens throughout Minnesota are designed to be mindful of fridge placement and water line location. If the kitchen builders were not mindful of the necessary water to fridge relationship we can still successfully run a water line to the fridge, possibly going behind cabinets to connect to the sink. While we usually use flex line, sometimes with longer water lines copper or poly tubing is used. We always leave enough length on the water line to ensure the homeowner can pull the fridge or freezer unit away from the wall in order to clean or make repairs when needed. We flush the water line to make sure there is no sediment or air trapped in the line, which could cause a leak behind your fridge.
As on every MN Plumbing and Home Services Installation project, we check for issues before we leave, and don’t depart until everything is in order.
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