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Old 07-06-2011, 10:12 AM   #1
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Mechanical room plumbing

I am looking for some general guidance on number and placement of floor drains in a basement mechanical room (this is new construction). I will need a drain for the A/C, and hot water heater overflow - what else might I need. I don't like the ideal of one central drain in the middle of the floor. Can I have multiple drains? Do you map out the placement of each appliance then place a drain in the approx location of the appliance. Just looking for general guidelines. Thanks Jim.


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