I am running 1/2" copper lines in a crawl space to a double sink I am
installing... My question is this... Is there a "general height" at which
the 1/2" lines come out the wall....I am thinking about a foot off the floor
should be good. Is there a general rule of thumb? Also in saving elbows my
hot water side will come through the gyprock on the right hand side instead
of the left...should that really matter? I personally don't think so..
If you have the bathroom cabinet, best to place it up against where it will
go and see where the best place for the pipes will be. If you are too
accurate with where the drain comes out of the wall, it might come right out
where a drain from a sink is coming down for example.
Or a valve might get in the way of a drawer. Or be too high and hard to get
to with a wrench once the cabinet is in place, etc.
Do the job right....hot on the left / cold on the right.
Supply lines come out of the wall at about the same height as the
Too high makes access to them (hidden by the sink) more difficult,
too low and they're behind all the stuff in the cabinet.
A foot is kinda low...I'd do them at 16" to 18"....maybe even 20".
Check the vanity for a good fit.
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