|Maximum compatible pipe size (in.)||3||Product Depth (in.)||5.25 in|
|Product Height (in.)||6.0 in||Product Length (in.)||5.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||6.25 in|
|Accessory Type||Insulation||Compatible Pipe Material||Multi-Purpose|
|Features||Fire Rated||Insulation R-Value||2|
|Minimum compatible pipe size (in.)||1||Pack Size||1|
|Pipe or Fitting Product Type||Accessory||Product Weight (lb.)||.12 lb|
A: Depends on the store usually an end cap or in the plumbing isle
A: For best results
A: We have not dripped the faucets since we installed these covers. We have experienced no problems so far.
A: I don't leave my faucet dripping, but I'm in southern Nevada...not too many nights of cold weather. The seal sits tightly against the siding once the black "string" is tightened; the string is attached to a loop that is placed around the faucet. I've used the same one going on three years with no problems. Not sure it would seal tight enough over bricks with mortar joints or other uneven surfaces (I have stucco).
A: May depends on many factors