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  1. Brandon Huber

    Adding washer standpipe and vent

    Wow, some great advice here thank you! Now that I know that it is possible to run the vent line at 45 degrees it looks like I can have the vent concealed behind the cabinets and stay below the countertop. I think I'm leaning towards running the vent down to the trap arm for the new standpipe...
  2. Brandon Huber

    Adding washer standpipe and vent

    Argh, that’s what I was afraid of. I was hoping that I could hide the vent lines in the back of a sink cabinet but obviously that won’t work. It’s a 2x4 exterior wall with a window in it so I won’t be drilling any studs to run pipes horizontally. I guess my only option is to fur out the wall an...
  3. Brandon Huber

    Adding washer standpipe and vent

    Ok, that's helpful thank you. So, if I want to vent the laundry sink trap as well can I just tee the same vent line that's going to the standpipe like this? Or, so I need to tee the vent line higher than the standpipe like this? Either way it seems likes it's going to be quite a mess of...
  4. Brandon Huber

    Adding washer standpipe and vent

    Hello fine folks. I'm hopeful that I've posted this in the right section as I'm looking for a little help with some plumbing changes I'd like to make in my laundry room and I live in BC Canada. I've read countless other threads but none seemed to be exactly the same as mine. Anyhoo... So...
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