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Installation of Kitchen Sink, Garbage Disposal, and Dishwasher

Before and after: kitchen sink, garbage disposal, and dishwasher install. From roughed-in plumbing to finished work. Click on any image to enlarge.

Complete kitchen remodel after house fire. We did rough-in work then install. Under the sink, the hot water supply is split between faucet and dishwasher. Cold water supply is split between sink and refrigerator (not shown). Dishwasher drains into the garbage disposal, and all drain into a single P-trap, then out to sewer lines. (Also installed gas stove, not shown.)

Fashion Bathroom Sink Install

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Customer updating a powder room. Existing copper plumbing had to reconfigure a bit to tie in supply lines. From roughed-in supply and drain lines, to finished product.

Septic Tank Installation

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From left to right are:

Waste line coming from home to septic tank.

Waste feeds into septic tank. Those stacks in the background are the 240 feet of field lines – before going in the ground. The size of the septic tank and the required length of the field lines are determined by the number of bedrooms in the home (which determines how many people can legally live in it).

After waste is processed, the water feeds into the distribution box ...

... then to the field lines. (Sorry, no pictures of the field lines and finished/filled-in work.)

The drain lines from the home are buried approximately 12-14 inches deep. The field lines are buried 48-60 inches deep, depending on the soil.