Thank you IFIXH20. Yes, the issue is one toilet and shower. To clarify, are you saying the toilet line is definitely reversed or could the reversed cartridge cause hot water in the toilet? yes, the toilet is next to the vanity which does have cold and hot water pipes for the sink but those go inside the wall. The pipe supplying the toilet comes out of the wall a couple of feet away. In other words all the supply pipes are buried in the wall. Are you saying they can just run another pipe from under the sink outside the wall? I guess that would do it but it would be ugly
Sounds like the toilet is on hot water. If the toilet is between the tub and vanity a stop (shutoff valve) can be install on the side of the vanity. Then use a long supply line to connect the toilet. I only say this because you do not want to open walls.
If the reverse issue is one toilet & shower and not through out the entire unit. The toilet line is reversed, The tub line could be reversed or the valve cartridge is reversed. If the builder will take care of it just have them do it. If the toilet sets next to the vanity cap the toilet water line and branch off the cold line in the vanity to feed the toilet -- No wall access needed.
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