Okay, so Phase 1 of my plumbing redo went well (add water softener, make new copper bypass and reconfigure to run house water through softener).
**AND, BIG thanks to Speedbump for his patience and excellent service in getting me set up with a good water softener system!**
This weekend I'm planning to replace all the old galvanized piping that handles cold water in the house for Phase 2.
I see 3/4" tubing being reduced to 1/2" tubing before it goes to the faucets. I'm guessing this is to speed up water pressure or volume at the faucet.
Mu question is how much distance before the faucet should I run 1/2" tubing? Copper, of course.