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 Main Water Line
Author: ninthof10 (MO)

I need some advice.

I have an existing house that has running water. I am building a detached garage with living space above that will need water.

My question is, where is the best place for me to connect (start) the new water line? Should I go back to the meter or can I splice the existing line? If I splice the line, will I be losing water pressure in the house? Is there a way to have multiple lines starting at the water meter?

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 Re: Main Water Line
Author: packy (MA)

you just aren't giving us enough information.

what size is your water main?
what is your water pressure?
how far from street water main to house?
how many bathrooms in house?
what fixtures are going above the garage?
how far from house to garage?

in short.... you gotta tell us more.

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