|Posted by hj on February 12, 2003 at 08:03:22:|
|In response to Re: Copper Pipes Running Along Joists|
Illustrations, in any book, show the ideal. Pipes are attached to the joists in most installations. You can use plastic pipe anchors which have a spacer built in. The reason for the spacer is to minimize potential expansion and water flow noises.
: Is there a reason you shouldn't run copper lines against a joists? In plumbing books I've seen, they always use blocks between joists.