The sewage pump out is installed downstream of a bathroom group from the upstairs plumbing Consult a plumber and/or the plumbing code. If you do this wrong you WILL regret it later. Keep in mind you are dealing with raw human sewage. Do it right the first time, for your own sake.
Shower is water that is sprayed over someone. Plumbing is the fixtures and piping that supplies water in a building. Shower plumbing would be the fixtures that spray water in a bathtub/shower stall.
Handicap shower seats can be purchased from various plumbing retailers. The Plumbing Supply store has a big selection of shower accessories, which includes handicap seats.
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"Shower plumbing will vary greatly in cost depending on wether you are installing a new shower system, refurbishing an older system, planning to add upgraded features and fixtures, and if there will be tiling involved."
form_title=Shower Installation form_header=10813 What changes are going to be included with this shower installation?*= () Replace or move existing shower () Install a new shower (No existing shower) Plumbing fixtures*= () Yes - I plan to install new plumbing fixtures () No - I do not plan to install new plumbing fixtures Would this particular project be a part from a larger remodel?*= () Yes () No Tile*= () Yes - I plan to install new tile () No - I do not plan to install new tile Can you specify the type of shower you want installed?*= () Free-standing shower () Steam shower () Shower / tub combo () Dual shower
Shower pumps can be purchased from any store that sells plumbing supplies. One could try The Home Depot, Menards, or Lowe's. Plumbing contractors may also sell shower pumps.
You can find a repair guide for the plumbing of a shower on the following site: http://homerepair.about.com/od/plumbingrepair/Plumbing_Repair_DIY_Tips_and_StepByStep_Guides.htm. It is a very helpful resource.
No unless you want to shower with your sewerage. The sewer line must be unblocked first.
Plumbing wholesaler or hardware store
"It depends on what parts for shower plumbing you are searching for, but yes Home Depot will probably have the parts you are searching for. If not available there you can also try looking in Loewes or Bed Bath and Beyond"
Electricity is generally not involved in a plumbing project, unless you plan to install recessed lighting over the shower area. For the most part, plumbing and wiring are kept separate.
Plumbing in the bathroom would relate to anything regarding water pipes and sewerage pipes, for example, shower, bath, basin, bidet
The sewage line is plugged up downstream from the toilet.
see that vent is downstream from trap
Its a medical issue, for the person using it. A plumbing issue, me thinks.
You can buy an adapter for that in good plumbing stores, about $5.
Anything connected to water pipes. Sink, faucet, toilet, shower and controls.
One can use many different varieties of pipes when installing the plumbing for a shower. PVC, CPVC, and ABS are all adequate for the job. The crucial piece for such a job, however, is a T-pipe, which needs to be connected directly to the drain.
I need some work done on some shower plumbing, maybe. No matter how many times I use drain cleaner, it always gets clogged within a few days. What am I doing wrong? Should I hire an expert?
Like you install a shower anywhere else. Plumbing, ect. You do realize that that will make your half bath a full bath though, right?
Down the sewers to the sewage treatment plant, just like when we flush the toilet or take a shower or brush our teeth or wash our hands. In many cities runoff from the streets also goes into the same sewers, but as heavy rains can cause the sewage treatment plant to overflow and allow untreated sewage out, there is often a separate sewage system for this that does not go to the sewage treatment plant.
Grey is usually dirty water but not toilet water (shower, sink drain) Black (or Brown) is sewage from the toilet. If you have a motorhome there will be two sewage tanks... "grey" and "black"