|Posted by hj on September 30, 2002 at 08:58:11:|
|In response to Re: Frostproof sillcock in 4 inch wall|
No since it would require that much space just to provide the connection and operating components. There would not be enough length left, nor would a 4" wall provide adequate protection against freezing.
: I am remodeling and have discovered a 12 inch frostproof sillcock in an interior wall that was demolished. I'd rather not move the location of the sillcock. Is there any kind of frostproof faucet designed for a standard 4 inch wall in a climate that gets down to 0 degrees? Thanks for your advice.
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