In my partially-finished basement, I need to find something to cover
the unsightly sewer cleanout cap in my wall. When the inspector
looked at the house before I bought it, he said that they made covers
you can screw right into it. There already is a cap there.
What are my options here?
There are a lot of options. If the clean out cap is just an inch or
two below the finished wall, Sioux Chief makes a cap with a small
threaded brass insert <http://www.acehardwareoutlet.com /
SKUB63919&Source=froogle> I find them at our local Menards. These
allow you to fasten a stainless cover plate like this:<http://
If this one isn't big enough, look around, they come in different
You can also take a small piece of wood, span the hole on the inside
of the finished wall, and screw the cover plate to it. You don't have
to fasten the wood to the inside of the wall...the screw in the cover
plate tension on the wall will hold it in place.
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