Rough in after floor poured???


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Old 02-23-06, 06:51 AM
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Rough in after floor poured???

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What does it take to rough in a stool and sink after the floor has already been poured? I'm relatively hopeless when it comes to plumbing know-how, but I can do grunt work (if that's what it takes)...
 
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Old 02-23-06, 07:15 AM
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A lot depends on how far away from the main drain lines your new project will be. You need 1/4" per foot slope on the toilet piping. You also need a ventline for both the toilet and the sink. This means running piping above the fixtures. You didn't say if the walls were also installed already. This would/could mean exposed piping. You also have to consider the placement of water supply lines. Good luck.
You may want to look into Macerating toilets. These grind up the waste and are piped overhead to the existing lines. Most have inlets for sinks and showers also.
 
 

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