|Posted by hj on March 19, 2002 at 09:17:42:|
|In response to Re: floor drains|
The easiest way is to contact a plumber and have him install the piping. If you have to ask how to do it, then any description we give could be misinterpreted and you will/might install it incorrectly and have a lifetime of poor drainage to live with. In addition, the specific answers to your question depend on several factors that can only be determined by a physical inspection of the existing plumbing layout.
: We are starting a large renovation project in our basement. We are re-partioning this area so that two new bathrooms are added. There is one floor drain in the furnace/utility area (the southwest corner of the house) and another on the northeast corner. The bathrooms are stacked in the center of the area (against the east wall). There is a pipe that runs between the beneath the floor... 8" concrete... to the septic and drain field below the house..... (on the east side). What is the easiest way to run drainage for these bathrooms....... the least amount of jackhammering. Is there a boring tool that can run under the foundation between fixtures?
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