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    • By flissh 9th Oct 16, 6:58 AM
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    • 9th Oct 16, 6:58 AM
    fridge water supply 9th Oct 16 at 6:58 AM
    I'm planning to move my fridge from the utility room to kitchen. We are putting down a new floor, so old floor has all been taken up exposing the concrete floor. I was planning to cut a trench in the concrete and lay the plastic water pipe in it.
    Is there any reason why I shouldn't do this? There won't be any connections in the run of pipe under the floor.

    ETA; did this before in another house but I'm a bit more cautious now, probably just over thinking it. We are putting down an expensive (for us!) wooden floor so that might have something to do with why I'm hesitating a bit.
    Last edited by flissh; 09-10-2016 at 7:02 AM.
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