Originally Posted by robert8
I am planing to finish my basement bathroom in a single house built 2 years ago in Maryland. I have some question about these pipe rough ins. The are 2 biger ones. one is black 5" and in 2 ft away is a 4 " white one. I guess the black one is for toilet. but what is the white one for? if for the shower drain, it is too close to the toilet and is just 2 food in front of the sink drain pipe. There are another two 2"pipes behighd the 2 bigger ones.. one with tee connection
my mom's house is about 300 yds from my pool. the house was old and taken down, but i still used it to keep my leaking pool full
anyway the pump was stolen and i was stupid enough to think i could ill it with county water. wrong, can't afford 300mt water bills. the pump was a myers pump, and it didn't have much preasure by the time it got to my pool, but it worked. i think the well is 90 ft and it's a jet . any ideas on a newer cheaper pump?
am new to this site. I have received signed contract for bank owned house. There are two sump pump. One in the pit in the basement ....the other one in the sand pit and is hanging over the sewer cap. This area is somewhat wet and the inspection guy smelled sewer. He flushed the bathroom couple of times to check the leak. But he cound not find any thing...he has some doubt and feels there may be a leak in the sewer pipe, but he is not sure of that. This doubt is due to:
Sump pump in
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Originally Posted by shadyones
The new vanity ended up with sink drain being 7 inches to right and top of p-trap aligned to bottom of sink drain,
I move the p-trap to sink drain then added flexible length to join exit pipe (in wall) after rotating exit pipe so the curved end of exit pipe is now facing right.
The new design just doesn't look right and I want to avoid the suggestion by neighbor to put three p-traps in series to form a flowing pipe assembly.