|Posted by ED on January 23, 2004 at 21:20:34:|
|In response to Re: Can I drain Urinal into clean out on stack?|
Do you want a conversation piece or something that is (more) functional?
Not trying to be sarcastic, but take a poll of plumbers and ask them how many times they have seen urinals in a regular home? You may find that they still have all their fingers down.
Installing a toilet has far more resale value in a home than a urinal ever would. If you already have that basement toilet, what's wrong with using that? That urinal may detract from the value, actually, as women buyers who might be looking at your home, would view that "man's" fixture to be another burden as far as cleaning is concerned and not necessary!
By the way, urinals are also more difficult to keep smelling nice and pretty, ask a custodian!
I would encourage you to think twice about your idea. Invest that money in something else, like a beer tap! It doesn't require a vent and a special sized line and flushvalve. Just kidding.
: : : Thanks
: Thanks Deb---I think I can overcome the water line and the vent....I have a 3/4 line and can't I use those Oates valves? As far as the threads...couldn't I take a PVC threaded plug, cut a 2" hole in it, and use that as the connection point? Thanks
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