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Old 06-18-2008, 09:01 PM   #1
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Lav water = 21" on 8" centers

Lav drain = 19"

Toilet water = 6" off center and 6" high

KS water = 21" on 8" centers

KS drain = 15"

Laundry Tub water = 12" on 8" centers

Laundry Tub drain = 12"

Washer Box = top at 42"

Icemaker Box = top at 18"

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Old 06-18-2008, 09:27 PM   #2
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Lav water = 21" on 8" centers-or 6" cntr

Lav drain = 19"

Toilet water = 6" off center and 7" high

KS water = 21" on 8" centers- or 6" cntr

KS drain = 15" - 19"

Laundry Tub water = 14" on 8" centers- or 6" cntr

Laundry Tub drain = 12"

Washer Box = top at 42"

Icemaker Box = top at 18"/I at times put a T off the cold under Ksink so the ho (wife) can get to it in cas of emergency

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Thats what I rough when I do new-I just had a guy I did work for in the era I did new, call and wants me to do one-YUK

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Old 06-18-2008, 09:50 PM   #3
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Lav water = Exactly as speced by mfr.
Lav drain = Exatly as speced by the mfr.

Toilet water = Exactly as speced by the mfr.

KS water = 15' unless it is a wall mounted faucet

KS drain = 12" max

Laundry Tub water = In the guy grey box.

Laundry Tub drain =

Washer Box = wherever the designer or architect specs it

Icemaker Box = no box, 1/4 line stubbed out above finished floor height

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There you go.
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You play in a different world than I do!
Most of the lavs we install are either pedestals or console tables, the roughs have to be right, especially on the console tables, because they almost always get a bottle trap that has no side to side adjustment in it. Most of the kitchen sinks we install are undermounted SS 10-12 inches deep, with a Franke garbage disposal on it, the KS waste can be to low, but if it is to high we have big problems. Oh, and icemaker hookups on Sub-Zero fridges is in the front, so the line has to go under the fridge, if you use a box the line always gets kinked behind the firdge.
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Toilet water = 6" off center and 6" high



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Toilet water 6" up 7"

All others same.
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Most of the lavs we install are either pedestals or console tables, the roughs have to be right, especially on the console tables, because they almost always get a bottle trap that has no side to side adjustment in it. Most of the kitchen sinks we install are undermounted SS 10-12 inches deep, with a Franke garbage disposal on it, the KS waste can be to low, but if it is to high we have big problems. Oh, and icemaker hookups on Sub-Zero fridges is in the front, so the line has to go under the fridge, if you use a box the line always gets kinked behind the firdge.
I love hearing about your kind of work. Thanks for sharing.
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I love hearing about your kind of work. Thanks for sharing.
At the end of the day it is all the same work, mine is sometimes more tedious than yours, but you will get yours done faster.
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Old 06-18-2008, 11:48 PM   #9
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At the end of the day it is all the same work, mine is sometimes more tedious than yours, but you will get yours done faster.
Actually, my favorite work has much more in common with what you do but mostly because I make it so. Vastly different but a higher level of craftsmanship involved than rough in the pluming on a 2 bath house.
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I almost always rough the water to a toilet at 6" up and 8" off center. The reason for 8" off center is cuz the customer may decide they want a toilet with a "skirted" bowl and with a 8" rough you can't go wrong.
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