There is a small Bungalow in the Midwest that I have attached two new design drawings for. Its a smaller 740sqft home with a 1st floor and current unfinished basement. I wanted to see if the group had any opinions on how they would plumb the basement/upstairs based on the new drawings in pex. I have read a little bit about Truck/Branch design, Home-Run Manifold, and Submanifold systems.
Currently the entire house is demo'd down to the studs, included ceilings, so it's a wide open box on both levels. The basement is unfinished with an 8" poured foundation. Home is wood framed with aluminum siding. Most of the work will be in the basement. Space will be divided into two halves. North side will be two bedrooms with proper egress and two small bathrooms close to one another. The lower half will be some extra living space to the left and the right side will be the new space for the washer/dryer, utility sink, and a pet washing station (a laundry wall). The plan is to replace the current water heater with a gas tankless version.
So if any of you that have an opinion from looking at these drawings....that would be extremely appreciated.