That’s fine, provided you can connect it to the sink properly. Vanity height is anywhere from 29″ to 36″. The old “standard height” was 32″, however often new construction uses kitchen height or “comfort height” at 36″.

## How far should a sink drain be off the floor?

The standard height of a kitchen sink drain from the floor is between 20 and 24 inches.

## How far below the bottom of a sink should the drain pipe be?

The most common kitchen counter height is 36 inches, but it can vary from 30 to 45 inches. The standard kitchen sink is 8 inches deep, which means that the normal distance between a kitchen sink drain and the floor is 28 inches.

## How high should the drain pipe be for kitchen sink?

Most kitchen sink drains have a rough-in height of 18 – 20 inches from the floor. This is usually enough for the P-trap to allow proper drainage. It also allows enough space for both the hot water and cold water lines to fit into place nicely.

## How high does a bathroom sink drain need to be?

The water supply line runs out of the wall into a hole in the back of the vanity, typically placed at a height of 22 to 24 inches from the finish floor. The sink drain is then situated just 4 inches inward from the water supply line.

## How do you rough in a kitchen sink drain?

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## How far below the sink should the trap be?

What is the minimum and maximum distance a P-trap can be below a sink? There is no minimum distance specified by the building code, but the maximum is 24” per International Residential Code (IRC) and Residential Edition of Florida Building Code (FBC 1002.1), measured from fixture outlet to trap weir.

## Can a P trap be higher than the drain pipe?

You attach the p-trap directly to the drainage and manuever the p-traps exits into you existing drain. It is not ideal to have the p-trap below the the exit drain because water gravity has to force the water out instead of it flowing downwards naturally.

## What if new sink drain doesn’t line up with existing pipes?

In general, if the P-trap doesn’t line up with the drain, you can adjust the length and height of your drainpipes by cutting them or simply slipping them in and out of their fittings.

## Can you use flexible pipe for sink drain?

Flexible drain parts can be used to quickly connect offset sink drains. If you have ever been a little short on pipe or had drain trap fittings that were just shy of the necessary length or angle, you’ll appreciate the usefulness of flexible drain parts.

## How do you install a sink drain that doesnt line up?

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## Can a sink drain run horizontal?

Drain piping can be horizontal (1/4” per foot), vertical, or 450- vent piping shall be free of sags and be graded and connected to drip back by gravity to drain pipe it serves.

## Can a sink drain have a 90-degree elbow?

It’s fine to have a larger-radius (sweep) 90-degree bend at the base of a vertical drainage stack where the wastewater starts to travel horizontally. It’s also a good idea to have a sweep 90-degree fitting where a drain pipe pops out of a wall for a kitchen, vanity or laundry sink.

## How far can a sink drain run horizontal?

If you have 1- 1/4-inch pipe, the horizontal distance of the vent ought to not be more than 30 inches. For a 1- 1/2-inc pipe the vent must be 42 inches away at the most while a 2-inch pipeline must have an optimum distance of 5 feet.