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Home No More Hose Bibs - A Better Outdoor Faucet

Hose bibs, the outside faucets located on the exterior of the home—everyone has them, which means everyone has those typical problems that come along with them leaking, stains, and burst in the wintertime, among others. The best ones are the house bibs that you don't even have to think about, especially frost-free hose bibs for those who live in colder areas. The Aquor House Hydrant, though definitely more expensive is efficient and simple. Unlike conventional brass hose bibs, the Aquor House Hydrant uses water pressure itself to keep the valve closed, guaranteeing a leak-free outlet. Forget the hassle of scraping your knees and knuckles trying to thread on garden hoses. Instead of dealing with compact threads that are a pain to use with cold or wet hands, the Aquor connection system is easy and convenient to use. The stainless steel House Hydrant insulates your plumbing up to 7x better than brass "frost-free" sillcocks, so the hydrant does not need to be covered any further. Twist the hose and the water is naturally let out. When you twist off, it turns off. Watch the full video to learn more!

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