Pool fittings for sink drain

(Shawn D. Staggs, CPI) #1

Came across this on yesterday’s inspection. The bathroom sink was retrofitted which appeared to be PVC fittings uses on pool pumps. The sink drained well, no gurgling or slow drain. I know this is not up to today’s standards. I want to call this out, however it would probably a nightmare to correct this which I know is not my job or concern. Looking for a good narrative on this one? Basically saying this is not up to today’s standards and however the drain functioned and having a plumber evaluate and repair.

(Joshua L. Frederick) #2

Looks good to me. Those look like proper DWV fittings. Where do you see “pool” fittings?

(Shawn D. Staggs, CPI) #3

Looks like the connection of what we use on the pool pumps down here in Florida. If all looks good as it did function like it was pose to, than I really don’t need to mention anything.

(Joshua L. Frederick) #4

Where? Are you talking about the tailpiece nut (black)?

(Douglas Cossar, CMI. NHI) #5

I would agree… It looks ok to me.
Cheers

(Paul Lesieur, CMI) #6

Neatly done, looks good.

(Andrew Sleezer) #7

I would have done one less elbow or used a long elbow. Just to reduce potential of clogging, but not a defect.