ID Builder Rough in Plumbing

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Mbott

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I am trying to ID my Builder installed Rough in Plumbing.


1: Wood on ground for shower or Tube?
2: Small pipe for sink?
3: Large 3 inch with DampRid on top is for toilet?

Am I correct in identifying these 3?

If so I am still trying to figure out what the intended layout would be.
Especially the layout between the toilet and sink.
 

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Identifying plumbing rough-ins based solely on descriptions is challenging, but here are general insights: Wood on the ground is unusual for shower or tub rough-ins; these typically involve PVC or PEX pipes. A small pipe near a sink may represent the water supply line. A large 3-inch pipe is commonly associated with toilet rough-ins, but the DampRid on top is not standard. To understand the intended layout, follow the pipes or consult a plumber for a thorough inspection. Check construction plans or contact the builder for additional insights. You can also contact some professional like at Will plumbing to see what they can do for you.
 
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