I'm building a relatively simple tiny house in a rural area. I suggest if you're going to build in the sticks / in the boonies / in BFE that you have the skills or have asked around to find if there are any competent trades people willing to come to your abode. Neither of these options is true in my case. Therefore, I need to learn to plumb. Is there a straightforward book that will keep me out of trouble? You know, gurgling pipes, poop that doesn't flow to the septic tank, p traps that let smells come in the house, ... There will be no plumbing inspection as there is no inspector and there is no planning department so I'm not accountable to anyone except myself; and I would like it to be done right so as to cause no problems down the road. So far, I have found hammerpedia.com which is great for bathroom plans; looks to me like it completely describes everything you would need to plumb any one of 17 different bathroom plans, as far as I can tell.
But, in addition to a bathroom which is only a toilet and a shower, I will have a washing machine and a kitchen sink. So since I don't know anything about venting or pipe sizing etc guidance to a plumbing book or website for new construction would be appreciated.
There are many more options for plumbing a tiny house. Today, you can help through internet sources, like youtube. But I think you have to take the help of an expert plumber for better working for your tiny home. First, you have to manage your budget for plumbing. It may take $1,000 on plumbing and $300. Also, you can use Pex, copper, and CPVC. But CVPC is so easiest for working in my opinion.
I'm not dead! I feel happy! I'd like to go for a walk! I'll even read a tiny ad: