Aug 11, 2019 2:08 pm
I’m wanting to find anyone that can give me information on prelay 90mm pipes that are used at prelay slab stage and are installed edge of slab for future plumbing pipes to pushed through from outside to in the house ready for chasing the water pipes in the wall.
I’ve always done this on all jobs but being questioned and saying it’s wrong , I need some proof that it is or isn’t ok or what’s the remedy after installing ? Any help would be great
Re: Plumbing pre lays2
Aug 15, 2019 7:22 am
Making provision for future services, expansion, renovations, etc is a great idea and can be done at a later date if they are planned properly
ie, prelays for bathrooms, slab thickenings,initial frame outs,etc,etc for future lofts
More info required, is it a new build, soil type, do you have the initial engineering?
Who is saying it's wrong, the builder? Unfortunately the details aren't in any codes, but all Engineers should have them available
Also check with your Council they will need to be certified. hth
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