3000 ft house supply line help
I'm between a rock and a hard place. I'm asking for help from those with the knowledge.
I have to install a supply line from my water meter to my home which will be just shy of 3000 feet. I need to know what size line i need to install.
Some particulars; i have 30 acres in the county, there is no code requirement, and no inspection. I say that not as a good thing, or so that i can get away with anything, only to explain that it is what it is, and there is no oversight except for my own doing it right.
I am almost finished with a house on this property, it is a 3br, 2 bath house. I have kitchen sink, dishwaser, clothes washer, water heater, 3 vanity sinks, 2 toilets, and 2 outside hose connections. The meter is tapping into a 6" main, which I have been told has 65+psi. There is minimal, if any elevation change from meter to house, possibly 5-10 feet max increase. As i said, it will be just shy of 3000 feet.
I have done what research I can, and have a size of supply line in mind based on that research. But, I want to make sure, as much as I can.
So, what size do i put in?