Michael Carson Posted April 13, 2010 Report Share Posted April 13, 2010 I have a client that is selling his home in another state and moving here. His buyer's inspector called out the S-Trap below. My client wants to know if it is something worth fighting. He writes "my understanding is if they have a trap arm length greater than 2 pipe diameters between the p-trap and vertical limb, then they really aren't S traps. The pipe diameter in the p-trap is 1.5 inches. The length of the trap arm is 3.5 inches. I believe the other inspector is right in that it is an S trap and should be fixed and what the client is talking about is trap arm lengths to vent. I just need some clarification/feedback before I answer. Thanks. Click to Enlarge 25.38 KB Click to Enlarge 32.5 KB Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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