I am going to be plumbing a sink in my shop sometime in the next few days. my water source is on the front left corner of the shop (under ground 3/4in PVC). I am going to trench from the front corner to the back and bury 3/4in PVC to the back corner. When it gets to the back corner I am going to run it inside the shop via a hole in the exterior wall and then along the back wall to the sink. The entire back wall run will be exposed and it will be about 20-25 ft long. The reason im doing it this way is becuase there isnt really any access behind the shop to bury it back there and even if there were, I am going to be doing some more dirt work back there so I dont want to have to deal with it being back there. Now, my question is this..... What should I use inside? I dont really have a justification for my thinking, but I was thinking about useing pex from where it comes out of the ground to the sink. I know I run the risk of an exposed pipe freezing, just regular pipe insulation on it?
No announcement yet.
What should I use??