Originally Posted by Mr.Tim
Ah, I got ya. When you said, "the PVC that goes left head about 15' - 20' to the future bathroom" I thought the future bathroom was on the first floor. Now I see you mean that is the future vent for the basement bathroom (which is why I was curious about the 2", which as you know wouldn't work for a WC)
If that is all vent piping, then it looks good
Figure 2 that you attached depicts a vent stack and is not something I would refer to.
If I am understanding your plan, it sounds like the future bathroom will work as you describe. Between the lav vent and the sump vent you may not need any more vents if your jurisdiction allows horizontal wet venting.
Sorry for confusing the matter.
No problem on the confusion, it makes total sense now!
Thanks for joining the thread! You made me think about the bathroom some more and now it is documented on the internet and not some random piece of paper in my house that is bound to get lost.
I'm going to glue up my PVC connections and call the town plumbing inspector to come in the next few weeks. Hopefully I can check off this round of fun
Are you good with electrical too? I plan to build my soffits this weekend and start my electrical
I have about 1,000 ft of Romex split between 14-2, 14-3, and 12-2 so I'll be hopefully posting more progress.
Actually I do have another question:
The ejector pit cover has a female threaded opening for I assume the vent line. Do I cement the threaded male PVC adapter to the PVC running vertically? I ask because how the heck do I unscrew it later when it needs to come off?