Feb 24, 2019 9:34 am
We have just had a granny flat installed and it has 2 pex pipes hanging out of the side. 1 cold 1 hot. The pex pipe is 16mm.
Our main water line coming from the meter is poly 25mm. Seems pretty straight forward put a T on the line and run the pipe underground to the granny flat. I'm just not sure how to connect 25mm to 16mm. Is there such a connector?
I'm also thinking about putting some gal pipe over the 25mm that will come up from underground to give it some protection.
Re: connect water mains to granny flat2
Feb 24, 2019 12:13 pm
this legally requires a plumber
the fact you are unsure of a reducer and hot/ cold water makes me think you had better get a plumber
what has granny flat plumber done with drain lines
it sounds like an incomplete installation
Re: connect water mains to granny flat3
Feb 24, 2019 6:00 pm
thanks. I know which pipes are hot and cold and the granny flat has a tap on the cold and hot. I know i need a reducer I just can't find one. Thought I would ask here to see if there is some trick to it as it seems pretty straight forward to just connect 2 hoses together with a bit of teflon tape and the worst that can happen is I lose some water into the garden. The granny flat has been internally plumbed by a plumber.
Yes drainage and sewage will be connected by a licensed plumber as I'm sure there is more involved to it.
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