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For most of us, our house water heating system is located in the basement, where hoses are often installed to deliver the water to the different fixtures and parts in the house. However, it is also possible for homes to have hot water heating systems installed in the exterior of the home - in fact, in some parts of the country, this is actually required by law. In any event, installing hoses outside the house can be very challenging. This is especially true if you want the hose pipe to run without being restricted by space constraints.
The first thing that you need to do is choose the right size hose pipe for your application. You will probably want to go with a wider diameter, like a 14-inch diameter hose, since you are going to be using the hose pipe outside, rather than inside the house. Choosing a hose pipe with a smaller diameter will require a larger and more complex installation procedure, because the pipe must be cut to the appropriate diameter before it is fed into the spray nozzles.
After you've chosen the correct hose pipe, you can install it using the same techniques that you would if you were installing indoor hoses. However, if you have to make any adjustments to the size or design of the hose pipe, then you will have to do them by hand, using a hacksaw, a long flexible cable, and other tools that can help you cut the hose pipe. This process will take some time and effort to perform but will ensure that you have properly placed the flexible pvc hose inside the drainage system, so that it can deliver the water to all of your fixtures. The extra time and effort will pay off when you find that you can install flexible hoses in fewer trips.