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How to Install a Wet Bar

Host Ed Del Grande shows how to install a wet bar in any room.

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prepping a dishwasher for a wet bar
  • Time

    Day

  • Price Range

    $100 - $250

  • Difficulty

    Moderate to Hard

Highlights:

Step 1: Connect the Supply Line

Once the dishwasher sink combo is secured to the counter, it's time for the plumbing connections. Start by connecting the flexible stainless steel supply line to the dishwasher 90 and the hot water stop.

connect the supply line

Step 2: Screw in the Faucet Stops

For the faucet, run the hot and cold lines on the faucet to the hot and cold faucet stops and screw them in.

Step 3: Run the PVC Drain Lines

Now run the PVC drain lines for the dishwasher and sink. In most areas you'll need a p-trap for both the dishwasher and sink.

run PVC drain lines for dishwasher and sink

Step 4: Connect the Sink

Finish connecting the sink by running a tailpiece from the basket strainer to the p-trap.

Step 5: Test the System

Turn the hot and cold water lines on and test the system.

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