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I have a 1960's 1 story ranch(no basement) and currentlly have the washer/dryer in the same area as my kitchen. My garage has electircal hookup for a dryer and all I would need to do is make a fix for venting, which wouldn't be a problem. Running a water line out to the garage is not a problem and relatively inexpensive. Question is, how would I drain the water since it's about 20-30 feet from the orginal placement and main drain line. Does the water need to drain through the main drain line or are there any alternatives?

Tim from Cincinnati
 

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Gray water pump that pumps to a sewer line. I am assuming the you don't get a lot of freezing temps??? Pipes don't like that too much.
 

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First thing is are you going to have heat in the garage. do you have other drains close to the new location? Do you have a floor drain in the garage(this one might invovle breaking up concrete) Posting a pic might help. If you answer some of these questions we will try and figure something out. Finally you say its a one story ranch is it on crawl space or concrete slab.
 
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