|Posted by PAplumber on July 25, 1998 at 22:47:17:|
|In response to Re: moving kitchen plumbing in house built on cement slab|
Is there any plumbing near the new kitchen location that would be easier to access or is ther a main drain closer? Other than tearing up the floor your only other option is a pump, which I believe should be avoided at all costs.Venting the drain line is another problem. You also have to consider getting water TO the kitchen. It may be worth it to spend a few bucks to get a professional in for advice.
: My husband and I would like to move our kitchen from a wall (near the stack) adjacent to the road to an area approx 30 ft into the house. The problem is that the house was built on a cement slab and has no crawl space. Furthermore it has no attic. Do we have any options beside tearing up the cement slab?
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