I'm replacing some galvanized piping in an older home that formerly had Sloan Valve toilets. I'm planning on using Type L copper. Have heard that Type M is a bit thin.
My main quesition is how to PROPERLY support and anchor the copper vertical riser piping between studs? This will be for hot and cold supplies to a 2nd floor bath from basement. I'm opening up plaster walls. After the work is complete, I don't want to have to go back in. Thanks, David
I GUESS BY YOUR QUERRY YOU ARE A DO-IT YOURSELFER. RISER CLAMPS OR PIPE RESTS HAVE BEEN USED TO SUPPORT RISERS FOR OVER A HUNDRED YEARS. KINDORF & CLAMPS ARE ALSO VERY SERIOUS SUPPORT COMPONENTS. FIRE WATCH IS A MUST .