Was wanting to know if they make 3/4" or 1" type K copper tubing in rolls more then a 100ft.
The reason is just bought a house on well water, going to switch to city water(not my choice)
City says needs to be copper, which is fine by me. The problem is the house sits 250ft back from the road and the water main. If I buy the 100ft rolls which is all I can find, then I am stuck with underground connections that I do not want.
Any info would be great.
100' is the maximum roll, but flared couplings/unions make it just as good as a solid piece of copper. 250' is a bit much for a 3/4" line however.
1" Type K copper weighs about 0.8 pounds per foot. A 250 foot roll would be quite unwieldly.
Besides, by the time someone actually sold one, the tubing might be tempered by age and then it could kink while being unrolled and you would still have to make a joint in it.