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How to Install Plumbing in a New House
Plumbing work in the water in and water out concept which is simple and has only three components, namely; supply system, drainage system and the fixture set, which require a licensed plumber for execution in many places or the person installing require to be guided by a licensed plumber, and the procedure is determined by the local plumbing codes and the layout of the house.
With the following paragraphs giving more information about each installation, the timetable is normally set that; the installation of the sewer accommodation stubs comes first before the concrete foundation has been laid, rough-in plumbing and duct installation comes in next when the wiring is being done after the wall framing has been set up but the dry wall has not been installed, and you should finally put the main drainage in the floor, install the water pipes, fit in the sinks, toilet flanges and tubing.
The plumbing fixtures sometimes need to be set before the walls are framed mainly due to their large size with examples being shower units and tables where you should then cover them with cardboard, rugs or blankets to avoid damage, after which you should finalize by setting the sinks and commodes after framing the walls and laying the floor.
In most of the cases, the water supply system brings in cold and hot water to every appliance, with the hot water first passing through the heater but some houses have a water supply manifold system, which has blue valves on one side and red ones on the other side, which control individual hot or cold tubes supplying water to appliances, and this is advantageous because the system makes is easy to shut out the supply of water to one appliance or fixture without having to shut off water supply to the entire house.
For drainage purposes, the main vent runs vertically from the ground floor to the roof top towards which the waste is connected and is directed downwards to the main sewer drain and leaves the home below the frost line where it is connected to the municipal’s sewer system or is directed to a personal septic tank.
There is also need to supply air to prevent clogs that can be caused by water locks and this is done by the installation of a vent that runs from the ground floor to the top, behind a sink. Below the sinks, showers and tub drains, are drain traps that help prevent sewer gases from getting back to the house by retaining some water in their u-shape.

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