So presently I have a lead pipe from the water meter at front of house (in garden) through the living room, up the side of the fireplace (where the stop tap is?!) and into bathroom, where it's then welted to copper and the rest is good.
I want to replace the pipe at meter, feed it diagonally across the living room (joists are in my favour) and under kitchen sink where I'll fit a stop tap.
Rather than stagger into screwfix all wet behind the ears, what are the basic push-fit bits that I need, and is it in fact possible to push fit onto the meter? (I haven't dug down in garden yet).
Additionally, is it possible to get just once nice big long rubbery pipe thing to run across from the meter to the kitchen, or are there limitations on lentgth? What diameter etc?
Thanks (and sorry for bleeding this place of information again - blame plumbers who don't ever quote for the work!).