|Posted by hj on November 19, 2002 at 22:24:57:|
|In response to Re: bathroom addition, new sewer stack|
You should keep the turns to a minimum and when exceeding 180 total degrees you should install a cleanout. At that time, all the houses I worked on in Chicago were cast iron.
: am starting to consider new bathroom over garage. my questions are; does it matter how many turns i make in routing my new stack to the main line?
: i have a 4" floor drain and then my washing machine and sink, this is where i would need to cut into concrete to add. and problem with this?
: my suburban chicago house was built in '67, do you think i will have cast under the concrete?
: how will i cut the existing pipe and add a t, will i use pvc?
: how do you deal with morons like us?
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