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How to Install a Bidet in Your Bathroom

How to Install a Bidet in Your Bathroom


While toilet seat attachments and other accessories may be easier to add to the bathroom, they don’t offer the same experience as a freestanding bidet. With the right connections installed in the bathroom, adding a new bidet and faucet is nearly as easy as installing any other toilet. Let a plumber handle the installation of the special bidet trap and plumbing lines, then bring in the bidet and faucet to finish the job yourself.

Attach the Fittings and the Faucet

Before the bidet is moved into place for final installation, it needs all the secondary fixtures attached first.

Use the manufacturer’s instructions to install both the flexible plumbing fittings and the bidet faucet set.

Allen wrenches are usually required to tighten the lock nuts that attach this hardware to the bidet. Ensure Teflon tape is used