Waste stack plumbing in Alameda County refers to the maintenance or installation of your home’s drain waste vent or DWV pipes. Drain waste vents run from your home’s roof down to your home’s main sewage line. Drains from around your home branch into your drain waste vent and travel down through your home to the main sewage line.
Your homes drain waste vent serves as a first line of defense for harmful fumes and gasses that might travel through the main sewage line and in to your home via your homes drains. If not functioning properly these gasses and fumes can find their way into your home causing sickness and possibly death. It is imperative that your home’s drain waste vent be in tip top shape at all times.
Your home’s drain waste vent main stack is a pipe that is typically 3 to 4 inches while smaller secondary lines range in size from 2 to 3 inches. Secondary pipes serve as additional branches on your homes drain waste vent system. Additional lines can be branched into the drain waste vent system as the need arises, perhaps in the form of a bathroom renovation, the addition of new fixtures or appliances, or the addition of an auxiliary line.
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