venting pipe

  1. GTADiyer

    Help identifying vents + basement plumbing question

    Hi everyone - I'm the planning process of a basement renovation (reside in Ontario, Canada) I am trying to determine if location is okay to for a toilet, shower and sink. My first question is regard to venting. The 1st picture (with the T-fitting) comes from laundry room where it drains...
  2. IllinoisDIY

    Basement bathroom venting question

    I have roughed in *most* of what we should need for a basement bathroom. However, I am having issues understanding what I need from a venting perspective. We do not have easy access to a main vent stack. Unless we want to rip out walls and vent all the way up through the roof (obviously a last...
  3. Oswald Tay

    Help with wet vent with toilet and shower!

    Hi, I am relatively new to plumbing, and I am simply wondering it the design in the picture below is acceptable in terms of venting and wet venting? I am renovating an old basement half bathroom. The drain for the sink is already taken care of, but I am just not sure about the drainage and...
  4. PerryNotMason

    Adding a 2nd floor bathroom - venting and drain questions (see diagram)

    Greetings, and thanks in advance for any input! Novice plumber (but quick learner, i think) here. I purchased a 1923 house recently that had a leak coming from the toilet on the first floor. Subfloor was rotten, and has since been replaced. There was a hole in the old lead(?) flange, and so I...
  5. moore1289

    Review of Basement Shower and Toilet Plumbing

    I'm adding a toilet and Shower to my basement and I'm unsure on the venting. My vanity is on the other side of the main drain and is straight forward. Please see the diagram I've attached. I have the Toilet venting up through the wall between the shower and toilet, and the shower emptying...
  6. Jennifer French-Glick

    Venting pipe right near window/front door

    Hi all Hoping for some advice here. We live in a home built about 100 years ago. They placed the venting pipe right near the front door (ground level, about 6 inches off the ground) as well as under many windows right where we often sit. As a result we often smell sewage when I do laundry or...
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