|Posted by hj on April 15, 2003 at 10:10:10:|
|In response to Re: Joining new bathroom copper into main line???|
EIther use a three piece union, (it is better since it can be loosened if you have a leak when the pressure is restored), or a regular sized coupling wihout a stop.
: I've just framed my basement bathroom and have ran all hot and cold lines. I am at the point where I'm going to tie into my main lines w/ copper T fittings. Since the pipe is rigid I'm assuming it won't move enough to slide the copper-T into place. Is there a way to easily do this or a fitting I can purchase that will make this easy (I was thinking something like an extra long coupling w/ no stoppers on the inside)???
: Thanks for any advice - Jeff