Good day everyone,
I'm working on a house (built in the 30's) that is being gut renovated, and the plumbing has just been roughed in. I'm about to get started on the bathroom and I see that the plumber has kept the sink drain on the floor. From what I understand, I can use an elongated P trap before making the turn to connect to the floor drain to avoid an S trap situation, but this setup would seem to limit vanity choice with the additional piping. The wall that the sink is being installed on is an interior wall with vent access.
Are floor drains still often used for sinks on this type of full remodel? Isn't it generally better practice to run the drain into the wall if there are no issues preventing it?
Thank you very much in advance, I really appreciate the advice!