When running PEX tubing for the plumbing supply lines, master carpenter Ben Bogie increases the size of the tube for showers and other high-volume water outlets.

He does it because the inside diameter of the 90-degree elbows can restrict the shower pressure––which may cause customers to call you things you don’t want to be called.

For regular showers, he uses ¾-inch tubing, stepping down to ½-inch tubing at the mixing valve.


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