How to Replace an Outdoor Faucet with a Frost-Proof Sillcock | This Old House

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Tools for Replacing an Outdoor Faucet with a Frost-Proof Sillcock:
- tubing cutter []
- plastic bucket [], used to catch drips
- drill/driver [] fitted with masonry bit []
- propane torch []
- adjustable wrench []

Shopping List for Replacing an Outdoor Faucet with a Frost-Proof:
- frost-proof sillcock []
- minimal-expanding foam insulation []
- masonry screws []
- copper pipe [] and assorted fittings []
- lead-free solder [] and flux []
- emery cloth []
- teflon tape []

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