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Old 04-11-2010, 12:32 AM   #1
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Bathroom Addition


I'm adding an addition to our house that will have a bathroom in it. I drew up a design that I think will work for the drainage and venting but I was wanting to check on here to make sure it looks good.

I'm mainly concerned about the wye, the tee, and the distance from the drains to the vent and if everything looks acceptable.

After the sewer line leaves the house it will tie into our existing line in the backyard.

Let me know what you think, Thanks

-Jeremy
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