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http://kcplumberpro.com installing the plumbing portion of the Basement Finising project in Overland Park.

When you are installing a drain in a basement you have to consider the type of piping in your home. Cast Iron may not be ideal to tie into and can actually lead to having to replace the entire sewer.

If you have ABS drain lines and are using PVC to run the new drains you must use fernco fittings to make the transition. All fernco fittings underground should have a jacket or collar to help protect the pipe in the event of settling.

When adding new drains for a basement bathroom it's important to vent the drains properly. If the new drain is close enough to the main branch you don't have to run a separate vent. The size of the drain will determine the length you can run. Depending on your local codes 3" drain lines can run up to 8' and 2" can run about 5' and 1.5" is even less.

Finished Bathroom...

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