|Posted by dick on July 28, 19100 at 11:22:12:|
|In response to Re: Common guys, this should be easy to answer!|
the only advantage to 1/2" (besides cost) is that you would get hot water quicker when you first turn on the faucet.
1/2 " should be enough to run two fixtures simultaneously, sink and shower, if there is any possibility that there could be three in use, sink shower and bath, then i would run the 3/4.
Cold should be 3/4 because it has the added load of a toilet(you didn't mention it, but i assume you have one ), and because there is no advantage to running 1/2" .
From your comment on city inspectors, i assume you live in Texas??? finest government money can buy!
Regardless of permits or inspectors, you should check the plumbing code whenever possible. The majority of the code is based on a compilation of cut and try. it is what has worked in the past.
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