Plumbing Stub For Pot Filler

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Old 07-23-13, 12:03 PM
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Plumbing Stub For Pot Filler

We're building a new home and the fixtures that are available to us from our builder are pretty expensive. We're looking to put a pot filler above the stove but they want more money than we are willing to pay.

What I'm wondering is if a plumbing stub out behind the drywall above the stove would meet code if I was so inclined as to have them install that and I could install the potfiller after the fact.

Either that or retrofitting a pot filler is also an option if someone can suggest how to do it without damaging he drywall.

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Old 07-23-13, 12:42 PM
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I would run 3/4 " copper when the wall is gutted... Then a female adapter 90 with ears and secure it in the wall with a support... Then stub out with a brass nipple and cap.... Finish the wall and get the faucet when your ready...
 
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