Re: Venting a sink drain in a kitchen island
Posted by hj on April 17, 19101 at 09:18:58:
In response to Re: Venting a sink drain in a kitchen island
If this is a new house then the installation should be inspected. In that case, no matter what we tell you, the only thing that counts is which way your building department wants it done. For that you have to contact them and get the picture that shows their approved design. At the very least, I hope the installer left an available vent line into the crawl space.

: I have a new house where the kitchen sink will be installed in an island located in the center of the kitchen.
: The copper hot and cold water lines have been run under the house and capped right below the island. I dont
: think getting them to the sink will be a problem. However, I do not know how to run the drain line. The drain line
: has also been run under the house and is capped under the house right below the island. My question is since
: the Island and drain are located in the center of the floor away from all walls, how do I vent it? I was told that
: there is a special venting method used for such an occasion.

: Any help would be greatly appreciated.

: Jim




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