A little background for the rest of you's.... A spill in a bathroom vanity from prior owner causes the side and lower shelf to deteriorate which would cause the vanity to be replace some day. Then before I was "Ready" to replace it my wife putting toilet paper under this sink / vanity caused to face of the vanity to fall off with the doors attracted. So I removed the vanity which was 30 3/4" high 21" deep problem they don't make stock vanity of this height so you get 34" which was to high. Before long vanity counter / sink mirror light, plumping, faucet, tile floor, wall paint, new shower curtain, new rugs, new everything, Nightmare.
Ok so I go to HD the sales person seem to "Know what he was thinking about"
Well he was right about todays Faucets they don't have long 3/8" copper coming down with them, and some don't have anything end piece coming down. So I find and feel in love with one of those waterfall nickel faucet with... you guess it no copper coming down. Ok so the guy at HD hands me a compression fitting that would go to a 3/8" PEX line to faucet. So I get home and say ok I think this would work and CUT THE POLY B PIPE (Say OH ****). The compression which was 5/8" on the end for me for the Poly B 3/8" line which looks like 1/2" some old dimensions thing. This compression fitting would work but its to large, so ok lets go some where else start at Ace Hardware bad next move to a plumbing house. I get there a the man was very helpful called 3 people while I was there trying to get a crimper for me. Some whom he called stated 3/8" don't come that size he states the man is at my counter with it in he's hand! Well he couldn't get a crimper or anything but came up with a compression fitting which will fit my 3/8" Poly B line and connect to the male end of the faucet.
Now the ODD thing every Plumber I talk to ASK ME IF I LIVE IN A MOBILE
Why are they asking me this???????????????
So I live in a 11 year old David Weekly home so next weekend I'm going "Window Shopping" in some new David Weekly homes in the 600k range just to see what they are building with today.