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Additional Hot & Cold Supply to Bathroom Plumbing

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by Frankinstyyn, 6 Mar 2020.

  1. Frankinstyyn

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    Hi all,

    Newbie poster here, renovating my bathroom.

    Currently I have 2 hot & 3 cold supply lines, bath, sink & toilet. I'm adding a shower to the room so need an additional hot & cold supply for the shower riser, boiler is a combi.

    Is it as simple as splitting the supply into the sink from 1 hot & cold to 2 hot & cold and then running to the shower?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Yes it is.
     
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    What supplies the hot water ,combi boiler ? And is the cold from mains or tank fed ?
     
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    Combi boiler

    Cold from the mains
     
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    Good ,you have balanced pressures ,which is what shower valves need,especially thermostatic ones.
    Good luck with the project.
     
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