|Posted by hj on April 10, 19101 at 23:36:35:|
|In response to Re: Shower connections|
They are specifically marked "not to be used in enclosed areas". If you have iron piping, use the valves with IPS female unions and stay with the steel system.
: I'm going to be installing a new shower valve body (Price Pfister), and am wondering about the best way to re-connect it to the existing plumbing.
: I have hot and cold galvanized steel stubs coming up from the crawl space through the floor. Due to extreme space limitations behind the shower enclosure,
: It almost seems like too easy a way out. The other option is to use dielectric unions and make up rigid copper connections.
: Thanks in advance.
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