How to bench test copper plumbing?
We have a cabinet install next week and not sufficient time to finalize the connections below the house to the water supply and drain. We'd like to have the drain stub-out in place and the hot and cold water pipes sticking-out of the wall, then after the cabinet install make the proper connections in the crawl space...
We would feel better knowing that the copper pipes I sweated are leak-free before hanging the drywall and the cabinet install.
What comes-to-mind is sweating on a fitting to receive a hose, cap the other end, and see if it holds. Other ideas?