I need to fix a broken ball valve (luckily the valve doesn't leak until I turn it on) that runs to an outside faucet. Also, all of these pipes are CPVC.
When I looked at replacing it, they seemed to have gone a roundabout way of doing it. Can I route it differently?
I prefer to run it straight up and to just put a 90 on the other side of the beam (ie don't go through the beam).
- Will this cause pressure issues (either through the outside faucet or the rest of the house)?
- Why did they do this?