Forum Title: Dishwasher install
We just had new cabinets installed in our kitchen. While the walls were open, we had our local plumbers over to redo all the supply and drain lines, and they did a great job. So it's all in, and the only last detail now is that we need to buy and install a dishwasher. The hot water supply and air gap are ready. The only thing we need to do before we can hook it up is to drill a hole in the cabinet between the dishwasher compartment and the area under the sink for the dishwasher's supply and drain lines to pass through. Questions: -- Does the height of the placement of this hole (off the floor) matter, or can it be at any height that's convenient? -- How big would you normally make the hole for these two lines? I've got a box of Forstner bits, so can easily go up or down in size. -- I know I could just drill the hole and leave it at that, but do people ever finish it off in some way? Any kind of grommet-like thing (probably not the right word) to install in the hole to leave it looking a little nicer?
Category: Plumber Post By: FRANCIS JACOBS (Lakewood, CA), 06/20/2017

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