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  1. I can't seem to find a lot of information on the...

    I can't seem to find a lot of information on the differences, in fact a couple of websites reference refrigeration copper and plumbing copper being the same thing, with the exception that one is...
  2. I "upgraded" from one access hatch to 3 hatches. ...

    I "upgraded" from one access hatch to 3 hatches. There is still ~50% of the attic that is effectively impossible to access. At its highest point there is about 2' of room in the attic. Add in 12"...
  3. Copper is lasting 50 years in my neighborhood...

    Copper is lasting 50 years in my neighborhood which is fine by me. No freezing issues here in south Florida. Biggest worry might be heat gain from attic but I think I could live with that, our...
  4. Thanks. My comment on cost was more of cost of...

    Thanks. My comment on cost was more of cost of copper (any type) vs plastic (any type).

    He threw out a number around $250 for a roll of 50' (I think 3/4") copper. Not sure I really need 3/4...
  5. Appreciate the reply - copper pipe is going to be...

    Appreciate the reply - copper pipe is going to be very difficult in my attic - almost impossible to get rigid 10' sections up there, 20' sections would be completely out of the question.

    My big...
  6. Flexible (roll) copper for bathroom supply lines?

    Is flexible (roll) copper going to be a safe choice for supply lines to a bath?

    Quick situation: remodeling house, and have some limited attic access. Houses in the neighborhood (built in...
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