|Posted by hj on January 31, 2004 at 08:58:04:|
|In response to Re: 2nd floor waste pipe|
It is probably the smallest size already, in that case, and it would be an unusual situation if there was enough room in the ceiling to change its direction and still stay above the ceiling. Normally the pipe would be at least 12" below the ceiling to do it, unless you also change all the bathroom piping to provide a different piping arrangement.
: we want to move the point at wich it turns down in the bathroom upstairs to an interior wall about 8ft from the current location, in between the floor joists. That wall in the room below is a 2/4 wall. The iron waste pipe we have is wider than that. We are draining a tub, sink, and toilet.
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