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Old 01-24-2018, 10:46 AM   #21
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Re: Kohler Bathtub Installation

Originally Posted by tjbnwi View Post
I know they do in electrical installs. Not sure how it is written in the plumbing code.

What code do you feel is being violated?

The tub I posted the picture of is in Highlands Ranch CO. No code issues were brought up.

I'm unsure if any codes are being violated. I'm just going on my sense of what I feel is the right way or wrong way to do something and trying to figure out if I'd be comfortable with that being in my house (as well as in a homeowners house) OTOH I've seen this type of plumbing in mostly all double and single wide homes all throughout the house.

Maybe should it be require to have an access panel somehow/somewhere as well?

I've had a few licensed plumbers disagree with me and they tell me they refuse to use pex and any flex hosing when inside of walls.


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