Question about Mountain Plumbing SOLID BRASS DRAIN KIT - 4" ROUND PVC PIPE MT507P-ORB
I had a inspection on a house to day it has 2 floors. they tie into another floor unknow how they tie togather but was stub up for the other two floors . the inspector said i could not tie waste into these lines are 3'' . all i am putting on it is another toilet and sink . and he all so said i could not reduce the vent off of it to a 2'' above the last tie in
What state is this? Each code varies slightly within states. More than likely, your inspector is right. There are guidlelines we have to follow as to where and how (toilets especially) tie into the sewer. You may still be able to tie your toilet into this line, but in a different spot. It is much too complex to be able to walk you through the steps. Many inspectors are not very accommodating to a homeowner trying to do their own work. Without visually seeing the entire system, I doubt anyone will be able to help via the internet. Due to the complexity of the plumbing codes, I would highly encourage you to see if a plumber would be kind enough to just look at it for you, and offer some suggestions. I believe what you need can be done, but perhaps just not the way it is done right now.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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