main stack vent

  1. B

    Is a 3" stack vent absolutely required?

    Hi there! I'm in Ontario and I have an annoying situation. I'm doing a 2nd storey addition. My existing 3" stack is now located directly under a window on the new floor. This detail got missed by the architect. Moving the window at this point isn't really an option and space is pretty tight in...
  2. StuckInConnecticut

    Rules for direct venting

    Hello everyone! I have a simple (maybe) question about direct venting (i think that's the correct term anyway). I'm renovating a very old house and putting a bathroom on the second floor (the current second floor bathroom is a disaster, uphill drains, no vents, etc, etc and is being...
  3. Chris Jenkins

    Capping Copper Drain Pipe

    Hi All, I am looking to remove this old copper drum trap that ties right into my copper main stack. What is the best way to do this? I would like to get rid of the drum trap since it looks like it has leaked a little over the years and I don want poop water leaking behind my wall . Can I cut...
  4. Dohc

    WI Size of a single Roof Vent

    Trying to understand the WI plumbing code in connection to the roof vent. We are in the planning stages of a home remodel. The original house plumbing has 4 inch PVC that exits the basement out to the septic. Inside the basement the PVC runs about 25 feet horizontally (at about 7' AFF in the...
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