|Posted by JOe SHMOR on December 18, 2003 at 11:41:46:|
|In response to Re: plumbing architecture|
: You are asking an impossible question. The answer would have to incorporate the size and direction of the floor joists, the proximity to suitable lower level walls, and many other factors that could only be determined by a thorough evaluation of the premises.
: : i have a 3 story house(garage, mainl level, and bedroom level) and was planning to add a master bath. the master bath would be situated on the third floor. my question is how would you lay out the pipes for such a project. below my master bath is a living room with a fireplace and the bath would be against the side of my house. some plumbers reccomend raising the master bath floor or adding a soffit in the living room to accomodate the trap(i think. i am not fond of a raised floor or the unsightly looks of a soffit. any recommendations would be appreciated. by the way, this will be all new plumbing.
thanks for your time
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