Re: Using an S-Trap with my pedestal sink
Posted by mrn on January 21, 2004 at 10:33:34:
In response to Re: Using an S-Trap with my pedestal sink
Thanks for the help...I had no clue that the S-Trap was below code...strange that they still sell them. This is good to know in case I ever want to sell the house.

It sounds like my only solution is looking for a pedestal with a larger opening.

One more thing...the drain coming out of my wall is plastic (not pvc pipe) and I would like to attach chrome piping. I know it can be done, but any suggestions to ensure a good fit?

-mrn

: : I am replacing a vanity with a pedestal sink for my small bathroom (sink selection was severely limited). The problem is that the drain in the wall is too low for the sink model. I have a 1907 house with beautiful tile that I do not want to remove.

: : The only solution is installing a plastic S-Trap that allows me to connect my drain and keep my sink close enough to the wall (the S will look more like waterslide when I am done with it). Unfortunately, the pedestal doesn't exactly hide my imaginative plumbing job.

: mrn,
: The S-trap hasn't been legal for years.




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