|Posted by Craig on May 17, 2002 at 19:13:01:|
I'm refinishing my hall bathroom, and I'm now ready to put the tub in. I finished soldering my water supply lines up to each shutoff valve, which are approx. nine inches up from floor. Now I need to continue from the shutoffs up to the shower assembly.
My question ...
I'm a little nervous about whether my connections leading up to the shower assembly will exactly fit. To avoid any potential problem, could I use the FLEXIBLE COPPER TUBING? If they are slightly off, I don't feel bending "L" copper is a good idea (unless I have pipe bender (how much are they??)). I may have some maneuverability, but is it ok to use flex copper?