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    Yes to all of that bay ares. I even shovled around to make double sure the routing of pipes were the same to. The weather is the same from my house to the next outside,so is the earth(ok so don't...
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    Hi Bay area Ca. Yes the hot water pipes are insulated outside and where the 3/4" cpve pipe even goes underground. At the other places i mentioned they ran all copper,and are within a foot in length...
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    rDesigns thank you again,

    What about getting rid of the 8'of 3/4 pipe which would still reduce the length to 19' on hot side,but re connect that cut out section with 3/4" cpvc piping instead of...
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    rdesigns thank you for the reply.At the poinnt were both the hot and cold go to 1/2" pipe to feed the the only bathroom, and kitchen sinks the volume/water flow is wonderful. For the delay in...
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    Canuk sure that can be done,but for this project no in the wall pipes.Plus a big factor as I have mentioned in my first post is that there are other dwellings on this block (infact the house next...
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    Thank you Canul and Sten for your replys.

    I thought this forum is supposed to help not tell someone how bad of a setup they have...laughing all in good fun.. These were my thoughts right away...
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    something is not right

    Hi all,
    I recently had some re pipe work done ,and had a new water heater installled.The hot line from the water heater is 3/4" cpvc
    piping that runs a length of 27' at which point it reduces down...
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