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Installing bathroom drains and kitchen drains
There are different types of drainage systems. For example, you can install a bathroom drain for the bath, shower tray, toilet, washing machine and sink. For the bathroom drain, PVC pipes are used and connected.
There are also drains for the kitchen, such as for the dishwasher and the sink. Installing a kitchen drain is connected to several drainage systems and is often a complicated job where several drainage systems come together. The water from all the drainage systems is transported through pipes to the central drain where it then enters the sewer system.