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    Is a rotary hammer a viable alternative for trenching concrete slab?

    Thanks folks! The slab will be covered with finished flooring so I'm not worried about aesthetics. I appreciate the comments about renting a saw and just being done with it; I should have added that there are a few areas where precision would be useful and I don't think I can maneuver a 12-14"...
  2. ecmejcd

    Is a rotary hammer a viable alternative for trenching concrete slab?

    Basement bathroom addition - requires about 12' of trenching into the slab for waste lines... Quote for concrete saw work was about $1700. It's not entirely about cost (though partially that), but the room is adjacent to areas very sensitive to dust and so I am wondering: would attempting to...
  3. ecmejcd

    Basement Bathroom Rough-in with Sewage Ejector Pump

    Hello, I'm asking of anyone would comment please on the attached rough-in layout proposed for a basement bath? There will be a laundry area, vanity sink, toilet, shower, and minibar sink - all flowing into a Zoeller sewage ejector pump. I have reviewed UPC for DFUs, vent run sizing, etc. and...
  4. ecmejcd

    Clarification re: UPC 804.1 - Washing Machine Rough-in requirements

    UPDATE: I found this image attached, which resolves the question about the 30" being to the fitting or to the weir: I now understand it is measured to the drain centerline. So my question just remains about what is considered the "floor".
  5. ecmejcd

    Clarification re: UPC 804.1 - Washing Machine Rough-in requirements

    Hi All, I understand UPC 804.1 requirements for a washer standpipe being no greater than 30", and the p-trap being between 6-18" off the floor; however, I am seeking clarification on what defines the "floor" please... New laundry going into a basement... the washer will drain into a 2" pipe...
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