On 5/28/2011 8:36 PM, Jeff Scarbrough wrote:
> On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Peter J. Thomas<email@example.com>
>> I've demo'ed the powder room. Replacing the vinyl with tile, the vantiy
>> with a pedestal sink and going to add wainscoting.
> The S-trap is right out. But since you're adding wainscoting, and the
> wall isn't load-bearing, can you open the wall and "adjust" the
> framing so that the trap enters behind the pedestal and turns to meet
> the existing stack? This might have been what you meant by Option 2,
> but it wasn't clear to me. Or, you could "adjust" the stack to come
> behind the pedestal.
I've already opened the wall completely where the old vanity was. Might
as well as I have to plumb the back wall and unplumb the side wall.
Actually, I meant to have a new 1 1/14 vent turn and meet the existing
stack. Not comfortable drilling any larger than 1 1/4" But I guess I
could down size the waste line to 1 1/4".
There is one thing I neglected to mention
> Putting the trap in the floor sounds bad if there's a finished ceiling
> below, otherwise it just sounds complicated.
It's a basement garage ceiling. So not a biggie. Also not too
complicated, my shower on the second floor has a trap in the floor which
I've replaced. Still my preferred method as the waste pipe would be
completely hidden. Just don't know if it is legal or that there could
be problems like retrieving a lost ring from the trap.
> Just thinking out loud...
> Jeff Scarbrough
> Corrosion Acres, Ga.
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