Trough Sink Bathroom
Bathroom sinks, like all devices that produce waste water, need vents connected to your sewer lines. The vent pipe is connected through a link to the sewer pipe and extends into the cavity of the wall all the way up and through the roof. A roof shield applied on the tube then holds the tube in place, and water leaks – Trough Sink Bathroom around the vent pipe stops. Coupling connection.
Tighten the coupling between cuts, and move coupling supplier so that it faces. Hold the coupling in place for 30 seconds while the glue dries. Paste the inside of the pipe coupling. Also stick one end of a new Trough Sink Bathroom piece of vent pipe. Push the vent pipe at the peak and hold for 30 seconds.
Check all upper and Trough Sink Bathroom lower plates (horizontal blocks) where the vent pipe must travel through to reach the roof. Also check the inside of the roof where the pipe will go through. Drill holes 2 inch diameter plates marks and drill a 2 inch hole in the ceiling mark.