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Eliminate Basement Odor and Sewer Smells - This article shows five reasons why…

Bad Smell in the House

Win the battle against stinkiness. If you've got a bad smell in the house, these tips will help you stamp out the stink.

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Linear Shower Drain and Trench Drain Systems | Infinity Drain » Infinity Drain

Linear Shower Drains and Trench Drain Systems for your shower, pool surrounding, patios, balconies, driveways, and storm drainage.

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How to Pour a Shower Pan

Update: Several readers have noted that the membrane installation method described in this article (which is a flat membrane installation) is no longer recommended as an optimal installation method because water that penetrates through the top layer of tile or grout may rest on the membrane. Without what is known as a 'pre-slope fill,' this water may never work its way to the drain. A pre-slope fill mortar bed installed under the membrane, coupled with the proper method for ensuring the…

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Linear shower drain – a modern and elegant solution for your bathroom

What are the advantages of having a linear shower drain? Although linear drainage is considered as a relatively new product, it is undoubtedly an elegant

There is no unified national plumbing code. Before starting your plumbing job, check with your local inspector for specific local requirements.

PEX Supply Pipe: Everything You Need to Know

PEX piping is the biggest revolution since the flush toilet. Learn what it is and everything in between with this PEX plumbing guide.

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Plumbing Codes you should know before performing any plumbing project.

Must-Know Plumbing Codes for a Successful Remodel

Plumbing codes can be confusing. To make sure your DIY renovation is up to code, check out this guide to common plumbing codes, including how to purchase the right fittings, checking for leaks, and more.

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Exceptions to horizontal venting under floor?

Hi, I've been reading a lot on here, and have seen it clearly stated that vents cannot run horizontally until 6" above the flood level rim of the...

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Helpful Ideas That Make Your Plumbing Work Better - Plumbing Tips

Water may be the source of all life, but it can be the bane of the frustrated homeowner who has to deal with plumbing problems. There are not many ways to destroy a home’s structure than a major plumbing problem unfixed. Get more helpful plumbing ideas below. Plumbing Problems To eliminate the possibility of having...

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Plumbing vent terminology sketch (C) Carson Dunlop

Plumbing Vents: Code, definitions, specifications of types of vents, wet vents, dry vents, vent distances, terms, definitions

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A Beginner's Guide to Plumbing Codes | Better Homes & Gardens

Must-Know Plumbing Codes for a Successful Remodel

Plumbing codes can be confusing. To make sure your DIY renovation is up to code, check out this guide to common plumbing codes, including how to purchase the right fittings, checking for leaks, and more.

The basic rule is that a vent must not connect to the stack lower on the stack than a drain connection. A revent pipe, also called an auxiliary vent, attaches to the drain line near the fixture and runs up and over to the main vent. It may attach directly behind the fixture or to the horizontal drain line.

For Your Plumbing Problems

Learn how to rough-in a toilet and connect into your existing drainage. With all the rules and illustrated advice you will need to complete the project yourself

How to Run Drain and Vent Lines

How to Run Drain and Vent Lines for Your DIY Bathroom Remodel

Drain and vent lines are important aspects of your home's sewer system. We'll show you why they matter and how to install them yourself.