Flexible Vs Rigid copper

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    • #273905

      I live in Ga and want to replace my galvaized with copper. All of the work is in an accessible crawl space. I would like to use flexible copper (type L or K?) because of less connections. Is this appropriate or is rigid copper better? Also, will there be higher copper leaching into the water with flexible Vs rigid copper?

    • #288794

      Either way is fine. If you have never soldered before you may be wise to check with a plumbing contractor for this work. If not properly done you could have problems down the road.

    • #288795

      Copper tubing comes in 60′ rolls and is soft. This tubing is usually Type L and is ample for placing in your attic.
      Good Luck,
      The Local Plumber
      Tustin, California http://www.TheLocalPlumber.com

    • #288796

      Check local codes as a lot of codes DO NOT allow the use of soft (coil) copper for water supply.

      Type L is fine above ground

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