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    Will do. Thanks!

    Will do. Thanks!
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    I asked the building inspector and he says that...

    I asked the building inspector and he says that as long as both ends are soldered, flex is fine in the wall. I'll have to look for such a flex section, as all of the water heater ones I see have at...
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    Many areas in Colorado have expansive soil. We...

    Many areas in Colorado have expansive soil. We have (in general) slab on grade basements. The expansion of the soil can cause the slab to move up and down. Consequently, all basement walls must be...
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    Flexible copper in wall?

    My tub/shower combo in the basement has a gap at the top for floating slab considerations. The rest of the walls have a gap at the bottom, but the tub needs to sit on the concrete. Anyway, If solid...
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    That's what I was afraid of. I guess I'll go...

    That's what I was afraid of. I guess I'll go pick up some 3/4"!

    Thanks for the input...

    Bryan
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    Supply sizing

    I'm adding a bathroom (tub/shower, sink, toilet) in the basement. Our supply pipes are 3/4" to the main floor bathroom, after which they drop to 1/2" to supply the kitchen. Can I branch off the...
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    Basement Rough-In

    Looking for a little help with my basement rough in (done when the house was built in 2001).

    My main question is where the tub drain is intended to be. There is a mark on the wall that says "TUB",...
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