Covering Basement Drain

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Old 04-26-00, 03:12 PM
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Advice needed! I am in the process of having my basement finished in order to gain some much needed child play space. The contractor is covering up an existing floor drain in order to level the floor. The furnace drain hose will still feed into this drain via a pvc pipe running into it through the new concrete patch. I plan to lay carpet tiles over the concrete basement floor. Am I making a mistake by covering this drain? The basement is bone dry & there is another drain in an unfinished portion of the basement. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Old 04-26-00, 08:02 PM
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I WOULD CONVERT THE FLOOR DRAIN TO A CLEAN
OUT USEING A FLUSH FITTING CLEANOUT CAP.
 
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