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    Purpose of putting vanity over the pump - this is an option and not a requirement.

    Guess this seems pretty obvious to me - sorry its not obvious to others. In my situation I just don't have 6 sq feet of space to dedicate to this - without removing the shower. I don't need the...
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    Sorry to ask a stupid question - here is the why

    I am putting a bathroom in the basement - writing up permit now. Basement has a concrete slab. I have two choices - either fit the ejector pump into the bathroom somehow, or knock out a 20 foot run...
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    Square sewage ejector basin?

    A 22" diameter circular basin is too big for my application. I would love to find a 18" x 30" square basin. If anyone knows of such a beast I'd love to know. Its for a basement bathroom (shower,...
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    Gas line pipe too small?

    The gas company (natural gas) just replaced a 30 year old meter with a new one - the location is quite out of the way, so I took a good look at it after the installer left. I really don't remember...
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    ASSE 1016/1017 issue with bath hot water

    My NJ plumbing inspector just told me I need to have a ASSE 1016 mixing valve on my new whirlpool tub hot water line. I just spend a lot of time and effort to get 3/4" high flow lines into the...
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    Well, here in NJ it was not (and I still don't...

    Well, here in NJ it was not (and I still don't think it is) required to slope the pan membrane, even though I now know it would be better to do so (have a different house now, redoing the master...
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    Leaking pan - how to locate source?

    I had a new home built that was finished in 2001, with a large 2-person shower (5' x 6', tiled). The shower pan was a rubber mat and laid directly on the plywood subfloor, with one 3" glued seam....
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    Toto wall mount toilet or other option

    Toto has a commercial toilet the CT708V. I have space behind my bathroom wall (a closet) that I could put a remote tank in. Is there some way to do this (as a non-plumber have no idea how these...
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    Storage tanks

    I appreciate all the responses. To answer some questions - the filter picks up a lot of red clay, so its definitely needed. The water softener won't pass more than 7 or 8 gpm. Don't know about the UV...
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    Thanks for all the responses...

    First, thanks to all for responding.

    First, more information. Yes, I know I need a big water heater. I am going to recreate a bathroom I had at my last house - 1" water lines from water heater to...
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    Proper System Design for Well Water Systems

    I just bought my first house with a well. While the water tastes great, it appears that the flow to the bath tubs leaves a lot to be desired. I'd like to add a whirlpool tub in the house soon, so I...
  12. Looking for an attractive cold water only bar faucet

    I'm installing a "coffee bar" in my Master Bedroom. A little vanity with a sink and just cold water - I had this in my old house (with an unused hot water line), and as I have to run a far amount of...
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    Rear Discharge or Wall Mount?

    I am installing a basement toilet in an older house. Would you recommend a rear-discharge or a wall mount toilet? Pros and cons?

    David
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