Re: relocating drain and supply lines
Posted by e-plumber on July 06, 2004 at 21:30:58:
In response to Re: relocating drain and supply lines
: I've got a plumber coming tomorrow, and in prep, I've gutted the bathroom. What I discovered was that the vent and supply lines were brought up in what now is in the room space, not in the wall. I've used these guys before, so I have confidence that they can do the job, but since the supplies are offset probably 4' from where they need to be, how do you get a piece of pipe through the wall - several smaller pieces - flexible pipe, what? Want to know what would be best, so I can decide which option is the one I want - I don't want to have to do this again!

Reply:
When any of my customers ask me which approach I'm taking on a remodel concerning relocating piping I would kindly explain that I take the most efficient way possible according to code. No big deal.
Some homeowners are more interested than others about wall/ceiling openings, stud drilling, cement breaking, etc. taking place in their homes during construction.
e-plumber


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