Forum Title: Drum trap on tub in basement
I'm re-doing a basement bathroom built in 1950. It has a drum trap, in a concrete floor. Is it a good idea to go ahead and replace it with a p-trap? Should I use brass, or PVC for this application? It is in a corner, and after the tub is in place and the tiling re-done there is no access to the plumbing.
Category: Plumber Post By: LEON BOWMAN (Provo, UT), 08/25/2016

Thanks, I have seen a lot of your posts so I know you are an expert, I will take your advice and replace the trap with PVC.

- JEROME SCHNEIDER (Warner Robins, GA), 09/20/2017

break the concrete and replace the trap, if it is lead pipe to the trap, replace it also. ue regular pvc pipe

- TRACEY QUINN (Gadsden, AL), 09/27/2017

do you know how?

- DONNA MARTIN (Greenville, NC), 10/02/2017

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