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Old 12-26-2009, 06:59 AM   #1
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I bought an old 3 bed 1 bath Florida house which sits on a crawlspace and has a septic system. I want to change the place to a 2 bed 2 bath. I have a company coming out to certify the septic tank. I usually do my own plumbing, but I've never undertaken a project of this magnitude and I have many questions - mostly concerning attaching the drains to the septic and venting same said drains. The house currently has no vents. The kitchen sink and the washer drain into the yard - it is quite a mess.

I am going to attemp to attach a floorplan to my post.

Does it seem feasible to put the bathrooms where I have them drawn? Is there a maximum distance from the septic to the toilets?
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Old 12-26-2009, 07:06 AM   #2
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The attachment didn't work out like I planned. I hope it is readable to everyone.

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