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jamiedolan 12-09-2008 05:06 PM

New Kitchen Plumbing - How's it look?
 
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Making some progress on the kitchen progress, how do you think the plumbing looks. All new venting, new drains to where it meets up with the copper on the stack with the no hub, and just about all the copper shown in new work.

How does it look? (photos shown below, and I added brief descriptions above each photo so you know what your looking at)

Jamie

New Main Kitchen Sink, 3/4 water hot & Cold, 2" PVC drain

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New Kitchen Prep / Coffee bar sink, 1/2 water hot & cold, 1-1/2" PVC drain. In the floor, you see where we crossed over the hot and cold lines so they were in the correct position on the wall, they started out in the wrong position due to where the old SO valves were placed.

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Drain for dishwasher with trap

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View of drains in basement, connection at top of the drains is the vent connection for the main sink and dishwasher, the prep sink has a separate vent connection.

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Basement view of main drain and copper pipe connections.

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Drain vent connection going to attic, I replaced all the old venting back about 30' to the main stack.

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KE2KB 12-09-2008 05:45 PM

In the 2nd photo from the top, what is the electrical junction box for?
Is there a light on the other side of the panel?
If not, you need to have access to that box once everything is finished.

DangerMouse 12-09-2008 06:36 PM

get yer weedwhacker and clean up that wall.....
then close the window and keep the jungle out.

DM

jamiedolan 12-09-2008 06:43 PM

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Originally Posted by MdangermouseM (Post 196125)
get yer weedwhacker and clean up that wall.....
then close the window and keep the jungle out.

DM

I know,I think it pretty funny it's growing there. We had about a foot of snow today. That small block window looks well sealed, no water leaks in, no drafts, but that vine somehow made it in, and it looks good despite the freezing weather outside (one would assume it's root system is outside in the ground under the 4' snow bank), pretty funny.
Jamie

jamiedolan 12-09-2008 06:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KE2KB (Post 196115)
In the 2nd photo from the top, what is the electrical junction box for?
Is there a light on the other side of the panel?
If not, you need to have access to that box once everything is finished.

That's a empty box with a (2-1/2" emt) chase just incase I need to get something from the attic about the kitchen to the basement. There is no ceiling in the basement closet, easily accessible. Thanks Jamie

wazeaz 12-10-2008 06:12 PM

I'm trying to understand how you are venting. In the first pic, where's the vent.

jamiedolan 12-10-2008 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by wazeaz (Post 196488)
I'm trying to understand how you are venting. In the first pic, where's the vent.

Sorry I should have mentioned that, the last piece of vent pipe needs to be attached still to the sink shown in that first picture. A vent connection connects directly to the top of that sweep T.

Thanks
Jamie


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