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The green pipe is thin wall sewer pipe and is probably being used for the AC refrigerant and drain lines.

Manifolds are never to be buried beneath the slab. No joints under the slab except brazed…..

The pipe can’t run in the same ditch rubbing each other…..

That would fail inspection anywhere.

Mark,
Why are you roughing in jobs in Florida ?

J/k 🤡
He’s cutting into your business Terry lololololo
 

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Seeing problems in Otay water district on the hot water line with a circulation pump the hot water line is turning yellow and the ink marking is faded and not readable cold line is fine I just finished re piping in copper type L eliminated recirculate line .
Wow, 8 yrs and only 94 posts???? Burning it up bro lololol
 

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the material cost is one part, but the additional labor to install is another. 2 bath house with about 4 manifolds, and 5 home runs for spigots, ice maker ect, id charge at least another grand to do that.
Right on,it's not the cost of the rubbatex but the time and labor it takes to install that crap on a bunch of waterlines under slab
 
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