|Posted by hj on February 15, 2003 at 09:12:45:|
|In response to Re: adding a bathroom|
The proper sized pipe will be at the existing bathroom and from there out to the main sewer in the street. Normally, your best point of connection is where the sewer exits the house, which can entail running the pipe around the existing building.
: I'm building an addition to the back of my house(which has plumbing in the slab) and want to add a bathroom in the new construction. I can tap into hot and cold water without difficulty for the sink and tub as the bath will be near the existing washroom, but finding and connecting a drain for them, and especially the toilet will be a problem. The only nearby drain is for the washing machine. I have not opened up the wall in that area to check, but would the washing machine drain likely feed into a drain pipe that I can tap into, large enough to handle a bathroom, including the toilet?
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