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P-vent overshadowed by eave


Chris Bernhardt
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I have run into this several times, a plumbing vent terminating under an eave. But there doesn't appear to be any requirement that the vent terminate line of sight to daylight.

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In this particular case the house did not even have any eave venting. I can't see how this issue with a P vent terminating under an eave would be considered a defect or deficiency.

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Chris, Oregon

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So long as there is no soffit venting (like you say) or an openable window within 10 feet horizontal and 2 feet vertical, it looks fine to me.

Originally posted by Chris Bernhardt

I have run into this several times, a plumbing vent terminating under an eave. But there doesn't appear to be any requirement that the vent terminate line of sight to daylight.

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In this particular case the house did not even have any eave venting. I can't see how this issue with a P vent terminating under an eave would be considered a defect or deficiency.

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Chris, Oregon

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