vent as a drain

  1. HoltH

    Split level home: running new kitchen sewage line in existing downstairs bathroom plumbing

    Remodeling a kitchen that is on the upstairs floor in a split-level home. Moving the kitchen sink to a new location (want it under the window). The new location prevents me from running the drain into the upstairs bathroom plumbing, like the old sink did. Instead, it appears my only option is to...
  2. Will_

    Single drain and vent for bathrooms

    Charlotte Pipe 3X3X3X2X2 DWV SAN TE W/R and L SD INLET 3-in x 2-in x 3-in x 3-in Hub x Hub Schedule 40 Tee Item #1086122Model #PVC 00418 0800 I found in code that you can have a stack of shared drain / vents on this page...
  3. Scott Wilton

    Need help with venting for basement bathroom

    I have a house with an existing basement full bathroom that has also been roughed out for another full bath (with a shower). I want to build out this second bath. For this second bath I don’t know exactly what’s under the concrete but there’s a toilet drain coming to the surface of the concrete...
  4. RobblePlumbing

    Bath DWV for 2nd floor bath

    Any suggestions or comments are greatly appreciated! I attached images of the original configuration in case it was useful and a potential new plan. While renovating a second floor bathroom I am going to be swapping the location of the sink and stand up shower (and replacing the stand up...
  5. thejonr

    Adding a sink to laundry room, up to code

    Hey all. Relatively new to plumbing and have been learning a lot reading through past threads on here. I decided to add a sink to my laundry room and in doing so, wanted to make sure everything that had been done by the previous owner was up to code, from the looks of it, it's not. The goal is...
  6. James A Pettit

    Draining a lavatory into a double fixture fitting

    Can I use the vent off a double fixture with 1/8 th bend as a drain for a lavatory
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