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  1. Plumbing
    My sewer cleanout line cap is ten feet away from a standalone storage room behind my house. i want to install a toilet in this room (running water and electricity in the storage room, but no toilet stub) and build a studio apartment. The concrete floor of the storage room is 5 feet above the...
  2. Plumbing
    This is in my basement workshop. Despite careful planning:whistling2:, when I poured the replacement concrete in the trench for the drain on my new toilet installation, I ended up with a clearance issue. I'm sure it was the result of adjusting the run of 4" pipe for proper fall on its way to...
  3. Plumbing
    I have a house that is a hundred years old, has a basement, ground floor, and unfinished attic. I am in the process of converting the attic into liveable space and want to add a bathroom. Currently the house has one bathroom on the ground floor. The main drain is of 4" cast iron and runs...
  4. Plumbing
    The upstairs toilet began to leak and I decided to fix it. In my investigation I found a number of problems. Here is what concerns me. The toilet drain Y's off to the vent. The vent appears to be a 3". After removing a section of the floor I found the drain for the 2 sinks share the same line...
  5. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    I'm installing a new toilet on newly installed porcelain tile. I tested the way it sits on the tile without the wax ring, just setting in place on the foor where it's supposed to rest. The rim of the toilet base did not touch the tile; it was held up off the floor by something in the center of...
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