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Old 08-25-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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What kind of bit would I use to cut a whole in my foundation?

i would be moving it to within and inch or two of the other foundation wall. Does that work.
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Why does it need to be moved? A whole lot more involved then just making a new hole.

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Why does it need to be moved? A whole lot more involved then just making a new hole.
I am trying to make a bar and various pieces of furniture work. The 4 inches extra this sticks out causes problems with the room configuration. I am trying to way this option verse others that i feel have more draw backs. What else would I need to consider when cutting a hole?
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making a hole is easy- contract a core drilling company to drill a 5 or 6" hole.
Moving the pipe may be a little tougher.
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That looks like a drain to a septic tank that's going to be running under ground on the other side of that wall.
The cap is a clean out.
I sure would be figuring out a way to build around it, that clean out has to stay accessible.
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you are adding 270 degrees of turns minimum to reroute it.
i would revise my plans. have a plumber come out and give you a price.

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