|Posted by ED on February 05, 2004 at 18:48:15:|
|In response to Re: Venting New Basement Bathroom|
You might be able to use an air admittance valve.
You need to consult a plumber to see if they are code-approved in your area and how best to install it. You will need to have an open "breathing" space. These (AAVs)can NOT be hidden in walls. There are some other factors as well.
Vent-to-roof still offers the best option if you can do that.
: I am installing a new toilet sink and shower in the basement very close to a stack that serves an upper floor. Can I wet vent these into the stack in the basement. Can I revent these into the stack in the basement. If not how long can I make the vent?
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