Adding this helpful plumbing diagram from telegram by @Fnhalluk
There is some question about the suitability of the drainage pipe behind the black sofa. Drainage is one of the main unestablished details in my mind. If we use the one behind the black sofa I’ll have to work out the appropriate plumbing trap etc. since it’s probably a sewage drain rather than a grey water drain.
Have discussed with @Cone. The hot water heater for the main toilet is too weedy to extend. We could move it or buy another. Either way, I’m officially declaring hot water to be out of scope for Hack the Space day, although I plan to add a t-joint and a shutoff valve so it can trivially be added after the main day’s work.
Alternatively I’m happy to help with other bits of the build out. Depends what kind of priority hot water is. Given we have a dish washer I’d maybe say use that for dishes.
The plumbing for it was all installed and working, I don’t know if it’s since been removed? @Marcus6275 do you know if the waste pipe down the side of large projects storage is still there and plumbed in?
Full size ovens are on separate circuits and even if they’re rated <13A it’s still a good idea to have a separate circuit because in combo with other stuff they could still push the circuit over fairly easily. Some friends had an apartment fire due to an inappropriate oven connection.
@Ben_Dooks says that currently there is a 20A feed to snackspace. There’s potential for a second. One of the main pre-HTS jobs is establishing whether this is needed and what would be plugged into each
There is discussion of tapping off the toilet water heater to provide warm water to the kitchen. It’s quite a long run so the water may not be hot but it will likely be above incoming cold water temperatures.
As we have a dishwasher which only needs a cold supply, I’ll be focusing solely on the cold water this HTSD, but will be happy to help if someone wants to champion the warm water supply.