Doing a kitchen renovation and having a hard time finding a plumber. I am looking to move the kitchen sink that's at a 45 degree angle to no angle requiring me to move the drain line about 12-18 inches. If I don't move the drain line it will be exposed in the flooring in front of the new sink. This is in Florida so the house is built on a concrete slab. I dug out a trench and exposed the drain line. It had a sweep 90 elbow off the straight drain pipe and came straight under the sink in the concrete. I need to move it 90 degrees horizontally (with a 1/4 inch/ft slope) the 12-18 inches and then straight up....can I use 2 90 degree sweep elbows or should I use a 45 elbow with maybe a 10 inch straight pipe to another 45 elbow and then a short straight piece and then into the 90 sweep elbow straight up through the floor? In the pic, the drain needs to be moved where the pex lines are towards the laminate floors on the top of the picture.