had a friend trying to sell a house. They asked if I could take care of a laundry list of “code violations,” that the buyer wanted addressed.
This was the only one that got me stumped.
The home inspector didn’t like that the relief valve drained into the crawl.
No way to slope to outside.
Am I correct in that my only options were to dump it into the waste system, or install a watts 210 with a relief valve upstairs that drained to outside?
The latter was more than I was willing to take on. So this is my attempt at the former.
I know that the basin is typically a mop, shower or laundry-room sink, but I figured this would be fine. It drains into 2” vent just before it enters the sump/pump tank. The vent runs straight to the roof with nothing else tied in.
I would like to know what you all think. Was there an easier or more elegant way to solve this problem? The watts 210 route just seem like way to much overkill.