This weekend, we have been working on the kitchen's plumbing and wiring. My father-in-law is starting to build our base cabinets so I needed to get moving on the wiring. We already had 2 20amp circuits feeding the kitchen outlets so I just made a few tweaks to make sure the under-cabinet lighting and range hood will have power. We also ran a new 50amp circuit that will serve to power the oven. The range we chose is dual fuel so I needed a 240v circuit for the ovens and then the cooktop will be gas.
As for plumbing, you might remember that the old drop ceiling in the kitchen hid all of the plumbing from the master bath upstairs. Now that ceiling is gone, I have to relocate all of the supply and drain lines. I successfully raised the shower drain up into the original ceiling joists. I took care to maintain the pitch on the drain line and I am very happy with the results. Next up is the toilet. I went to Lowes and bought all the PVC pieces so that I can perform the same procedure.
Add gas line to power the dual-fuel range
Add cold-water line for the pot-filler
Relocate tub and sink drain lines
Relocate tub, shower, sink and toilet supply lines.