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  1. Sorry I forgot to mention: I ran two 1/2" pex...

    Sorry I forgot to mention: I ran two 1/2" pex hots and two 1/2" pex colds to the dual shower. With 3 other fixtures in the bathroom besides these, do I have to worry about a pressure drop if someone...
  2. Run dedicated 3/4" pex to master shower?

    I ran one 3/4" hot pex line to the master bathroom which serves a manifold that branches into five 1/2" pex lines. There are 3 fixtures plus 2 shower heads on pressure balancing valves. I don't...
  3. I was having trouble finding a 3/4 PB valve -...

    I was having trouble finding a 3/4 PB valve - plumbing supply houses hardly knew what I was talking about. Do you know where I could order one? Thanks!
  4. Building a new master shower with antique-looking exposed copper plumbing

    Hi, I am building my own house and roughing in my master shower. I want dual shower heads with an antique, industrial look with exposed copper shower plumbing (see diagram). Initially I ran 1/2" pex,...
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    Building a new master shower with antique-looking exposed copper plumbing

    Hi, I am building my own house and roughing in my master shower. I want dual shower heads with an antique, industrial look with exposed copper shower plumbing (see diagram). Initially I ran 1/2"...
  6. The 3-way ball valve makes sense. I ran two of...

    The 3-way ball valve makes sense. I ran two of each because I thought one each of 1/2" would not be enough flow for a dual-head shower. Is there a pressure balancing valve that would take four 1/2"...
  7. Thank you, hj! Now here's another question: I...

    Thank you, hj! Now here's another question: I have another shower I want to do dual shower heads on - I roughed in 2 1/2" pex for hot and 2 1/2" pex for cold to the general area. I would like 1 set...
  8. Yes, a globe valve is what I was thinking - not a...

    Yes, a globe valve is what I was thinking - not a ball valve. So I would run the hot and cold supply through the pressure balancer, then a globe valve on each, then a tee connecting them and up to...
  9. Use a pressure balancing valve and ball valves for shower controls

    I am building my own house and finishing up my rough-in. For my stand-up shower (no tub), instead of buying a brand-name shower kit (Moen, American Standard, etc) I want to install a pressure...
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