Before I start, a disclaimer. I am working on a 100 year old house. There are no permits or inspections. The code police can please move on.
A few of you have mentioned using SharkBite plumbing fittings and seemed very happy if not overjoyed with them.
I have 2 water lines I need to tap for relocating my bathroom sink. I have easy access to the lines.
One line is 1/2” copper - the other is 3/4” CPVC. The CPVC line was installed when we were doing a plumbing project when we first bought the house. My plan is to continue up to the new sink location with CPVC since I have lots of pipe and fittings.
So it seems simple enough - use a 3/4” x 1/2” SharkBite tee and a 1/2” SharkBite tee to tap off from the water lines. Then run 1/2” CPVC up to the sink location to straight stops.
I’ve read the installation guide. It just seems too simple to me - simply push the pipe into the fitting - is that really it?