This may be a dumb question but I'm a bit of a plumbing novice. I can do basic bending and soldering/brazing with copper pipes but this one has thrown me a bit
I'm going to be refitting my kitchen in the next couple of weeks, and before I started I wanted to re-route the mains supply.
At the moment it's protruding into the cupboard under the sink so I wanted to move it below the level of the base of the cupboard and put an opening flap in the cupboard floor so I can get to it.
When I removed the floor of the existing cupboard I was expecting to see a metal pipe but it's poly so I'm not quite sure how to proceed.
Can I buy a right angled fitting to go on the end of the poly pipe to run the stopcock parallel with the floor, which would obviously require me to shorten the incoming pipe?
Thanks in advance