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Old 01-31-2016, 05:35 PM   #121
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.....that 3" pipe, I am going to have no choice to drill a hole through a 2x8 floor joists ..

This is where boxes in the ceiling come into play. Drop it down below the joists.
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This is where boxes in the ceiling come into play. Drop it down below the joists.
I hear ya but unfortunately the architect didn't consider that in his design...
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can you sister the joist or hang 3/4 plywood on both sides and drill through. Contact your local buiding department and confirm.

http://www.aconcordcarpenter.com/rei...oor-joist.html
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I hear ya but unfortunately the architect didn't consider that in his design...
They never do......
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can you sister the joist or hang 3/4 plywood on both sides and drill through. Contact your local buiding department and confirm.

http://www.aconcordcarpenter.com/rei...oor-joist.html
My architect told me to do the same thing.

Have you even seen these been used before?

http://www.metwoodstore.com/

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Attached is the drawing of the first floor bathroom. Let me know what you think...

I also need to pick your brain about the washer/vanity run. With that 3" pipe, I am going to have no choice to drill a hole through a 2x8 floor joists which I know isn't allowed...
I don't know if you saw this last night on page 8 last night...

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My architect told me to do the same thing.

Have you even seen these been used before?

http://www.metwoodstore.com/

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Now, that there's some slick looking products.
Nice right? They have an approved letter from NYS too.
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Your drawings good as long as your vent on the lav is less then 40 foot out.
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Your drawings good as long as your vent on the lav is less then 40 foot out.
Thanks Ghost. The vent will be 30 feet at most...
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Your drawings good as long as your vent on the lav is less then 40 foot out.
You like those joist reinforcers?
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Yea but that would be a building department issue not plumbing.
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Yea but that would be a building department issue not plumbing.
You're right but it's nice to solve problems with oversized holes going through floor joists...
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Yea but that would be a building department issue not plumbing.
Hey Ghost,

Last question, because of routing the 3" drain for the clothes washer may criss cross the 1.5" bath tub drain the way we played everything out, can I run the bath tub drain into the 3" clothes washer drop?

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You would have to vent the tub seperately. It would no longer be on a wet vent.
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