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  1. Yes - either a larger hot water tank, or we'll...

    Yes - either a larger hot water tank, or we'll have to take very quick showers!

    Thanks again.
  2. I should have explained - I didn't have the...

    I should have explained - I didn't have the actual shower heads on the outlets, just a goose neck. (One shower head is still on order.) I'm more concerned that I won't have enough flow, so I wanted...
  3. Flow test from 2 shower heads - is 3 GPM sufficient?

    Our new shower will have a fixed shower head and a handheld, with a thermostatic valve and separate volume controls so that the shower heads can be used separately or at the same time. Both shower...
  4. Sorry - I believe they are 1/2" fittings. The...

    Sorry - I believe they are 1/2" fittings. The inside diameter that fits into the Pex is 3/8". I don't have plumbing experience, so help is appreciated.

    Thanks
  5. So I guess the question is, should we make...

    So I guess the question is, should we make changes, and if so, what should we do?

    Taking a closer look, what we have is:

    Both hot and cold water supplies are 1/2" copper, transitioning to 1/2"...
  6. Thanks - are you saying that if we only use...

    Thanks - are you saying that if we only use either the shower head or the handheld at any one time, this setup would be OK, even with the 3/8" elbows? In order to be able to use both at the same...
  7. 1/2" Pex with 3/8" elbows for shower thermostatic & volume control installation?

    Our alcove-type shower will have a fixed shower head and a handheld on the right wall, and controls on the left wall. The valves used are a Grohe universal rough-in (35 026) with a thermostatic...
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