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Entire gut job on our 1903 home, new everything, including plumbing, electrical, windows, insulation blah blah blah....here it is from the beginning....
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starting with removing cast piping and hiding the new one in the wall alone with new sub-floor some new plumbing for master bathroom
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Ahhh...so you go back and edit? This is a new trick; not seen this reserved thing done before.
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Just out of curiosity, are they still calling for 4" toilet/main stacks where you are?
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Ahhh...so you go back and edit? This is a new trick; not seen this reserved thing done before.
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what's the plan for the notched floor joist???
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what's the plan for the notched floor joist???
I too wondered about that, you seem to have at least three side by side.
Maybe scab something in there to beef them up?
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