What do you attach the hose to?
The plumbing fixture that an outdoor water hose is attached to is usually called a hose bibb, spigot or faucet. It may also be called a coupling, a connector or an adapter. The spigot or faucet is where the hose is attached to the water source.
What is the thing called where you connect a garden hose?
Garden hoses connect using a male/female thread connection. The technical term for this arrangement is a hose union.
Where do you hook up a hose?
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How do you hook up a garden hose?
Connecting to an Existing FaucetTurn off the water to the faucet. Unscrew the aerator from the faucet spout. Screw on a garden hose adapter and tighten it with the pliers. Screw on an anti-siphon valve. Screw the hose onto the anti-siphon valve and tighten the connection by hand.
How do I attach a small hose to my large hose?
You can connect two different size garden hoses but need an adapter to match them together. You can either use a tapered adapter or a T-shaped adapter, either will do just fine. For example, a ¾-inch hose can be adapted to a 1-inch hose with a ¾” to 1” adapter.