I see the picture nowI am in the midst of remodeling my main bathroom. The first step is going to be putting down 3/8" cdx plywood to raise the floor to the level of the wood floor in the hallway and put down some waterproof LVP flooring.
In order to put down the flooring and plywood, I will have to remove the toilet and vanity. The toilet will be not problem, I put it in when I replaced the old leaker. And I am going to put in a free one I got from American Standard. Yee Haa!!!
The vanity will pose a bit of a problem though. Not the install, been there and done that. But the friggin' plumbing that they did.
Is it normal to put in 2" ABS with a cleanout under the sink? (See the picture) And it is all solvent welded to the P-Trap!! While that is great for most places, but under the sink means I can't easily take it apart to put in a new vanity. I have to literally cut it out. And the only place to do it right after the wye. Which leaves me with a stubbie to work with.
I have never seen a clean out under a bathroom sink. I don't believe it is code here. I checked under other sinks in the area and they don't have it. I think the Prior Owner is just trying to piss me off. :vs_mad:
Let me know what you guys think I should do. Thanks, Ktownskier AKA Ktown