Copper stub outs for PEX installation in existing home (SE MI)

Discussion in 'Plumbing Code Questions' started by theoldwizard1, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. theoldwizard1

    theoldwizard1 New Member

    SE MI
    I know plumbing codes can vary from state to state or even county to county, but, in general, are copper stub out elbows "required" when installing PEX in a exiting (50 year old) home ? The alternative of course is a 90 PEX fitting with PEX coming out of the wall and a valve crimped on to the PEX.
  2. cacher_chick

    cacher_chick Test, Don't Guess!

    Land of Cheese
    There are still a few places which do not allow PEX at all, but if they do there would be no reason to not allow a copper stubout. It is preferred by many as it is easier to properly secure in the wall.
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