I have read a lot on this forum and appreciate what I have read, and now I would like to ask a question. I built a cabin about 1300 feet from my parents house. Pretty level area and I put a shower and toilet and sink in it. The cabin is for me and my wife and I'm going to trench about two feet deep and put in a pex water line. Now some people have told me I can get by with 3/4" and some say you better go 1". What do you guys think I can get by with? First this will be coming off city water and I think It will start out with 100 pds of pressure. I plan on putting a regulator at my cabin before it goes in to the plumbing there. Don't really need a lot of pressure just enough to knock soap out of your hair, but I also only want to do this once. Here is what I was going to do. By 3/4 inch by 500 foot rolls of Everhot pex-b so I would have but a couple of joints. Or would the recommendation be to go with the 1" in 300 foot rolls. Also do you think Everhot pex b is as good as any to go in the trench. Thanks Rick
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