I've got a real winner on my hands! I know you like lots of pictures, so here they are. I've already taken several steps. I've figured out how the dryer stacks on the washer. They're secured, and presently on wheels. I've punched a hole through the block and brick for the dryer exhaust, and installed halfway decent vents. I've rewired for a new 110 circuit, and a 220, and punched a hole for an 8/3 w/ground cable out to a new 40 amp panel in the shop. I've cut out and replaced the studs I needed to fix, and repointed some block that had stairstep cracks. Now I'm running the pex, since the present plumbing is on the west (shop) wall, and the new plumbing needs to be on the south (back) wall. In that southwest corner, where the laundry sink used to be, there's a 1 1/2 horizontal drain pipe with trap, coming out about 14 inches to serve the old laundry tub. That spot will have a new cabinet, with sink, and I need a drain/trap to serve that. But I also need a drain/trap to serve the washer. The pipe needs to go down and connect with the existing drain. Doorlink wants the washer drain hose to connect to the recessed fixture I've already gotten installed. Normally, I'd just cut into the vertical drain pipe, but as you can see, all the wires to serve the upper floor are right there, and I am loath to move them or work pipe with them so close. I need a plan for how to serve both tub and washer drain. I've been thinking about some kind of flexible pipe, but Doorlink's pretty sceptical on that, and I can't say I blame her.
ANY ideas would be greatly appreciated!
Shot at distance:
Dryer vent hole:
New distance shot:
Electrical not fully nailed in yet, in case I need to move them:
new faucet setup:
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