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Old 08-20-2011, 12:31 PM   #1
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PEX to install a shower valve


I am installing a shower in my basement and I have CPVC water lines running over to the wall the shower valve is to be installed on. My question is this: will it hurt anything if I use PEX lines for my shower or should I use copper? I am very new at this and don't feel confident enough to sweat in copper lines. Any thoughts on this from those of you with experience?

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Pex is fine.

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