attachimg dishwasher with water supply behind a wall
We want to install a dishwasher in a house that was built in 1950. There is no dishwasher there now. The dishwasher will be placed next to the sink & and needs to be hooked up to the hot water supply line. The water supply for the faucet is running up behind a wall (under the sink)to a wall-mounted faucet.
There is no direct access to the water lines under the sink so we have to cut open the wall
Our plumber thinks that the supply line is likely to be one vertical iron pipe. He suggested cutting the pipe and using a "g coupling?" to get hot water to the dishwasher?
He says that this method is not the standard way but it would work. Any thouhts on this-- is it risky for a leak or other stability problems?
Thank you for your help!