|Posted by hj on February 03, 2003 at 08:04:08:|
|In response to Re: Moving a sink from an exterior wall across kitchen.|
It has to "decline" all the way, but it will still be less than the most effective drain doing it that way. The ideal would be to locate the existing drain at the location closest to the new point and run the drain from the new sink to that point. Every foot and turn you add to a drain increases the potential for a stoppage.
: I am planning a kitchen remodel and I would like to move the sink from the exterior wall around to an interior wall facing the living room. Can the existing drainage be extended down and around the walls behind the cabinets? If so should the drainage pipe be level all the way around, or does it need to decline from the sink around to the existing pipe in the exterior wall? Thank you for any help.
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