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Old 05-11-2010, 11:37 AM   #1
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My old house has 1 ground and 1 floor, and the plumbing system is only in the ground. Now I intend to get some plants on the floor, and the problem is water. I wanna changing my plumping system, so that I can get water for the floor.
But I don't know what I have to???

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You totally lost me. What are you referring to when you say "ground" and "floor"? A better explanation would help a bunch.

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You totally lost me. What are you referring to when you say "ground" and "floor"? A better explanation would help a bunch.
Ah, I think it's better to say that my home has 2 floors, the first and the second floor?
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Thank you for explaining that. It will be a lot of work to extend all of the Plumbing (water and drainage) to the second floor. You are talking tearing out walls and also the flooring on the second floor.
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According to your saying, it seems hard to be done by myself
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Yes, it is a lot of work. You could run the upstairs plumbing while still keeping the lower level intact. Then you could make tie-ins later. Still, cutting walls and floors/ceilings is not pleasurable work.

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