Just for something to chew on, any deadheaded pipe longer than 4 ft. is a good place for bacteria to start growing. In our facility the USDA informed us that pipes should be capped as close to the trunk line as possible.
Now that I've cluttered your head with useless information maybe mine will have some free space.
I never even thought of that part, I just thought of the fact that we have more potential for leaks. I removed 2 bathrooms and rerouted lines for the laundry room.
This left a large amount of unneeded plumbing.
Edited by toomanytoys84, February 18, 2015 - 09:02 AM.