This is my first question so apologies if its not the highest quality. will do better over time.
My primary question is: based on the current plumbing layout, what problems am I likely to experience, and can I prevent any/all of them with adding strategically placed AAV without reconfiguring the overall drain setup?
I'm remodeling my upstairs bathroom, currently with the space opened up to assess the rough in plumbing situation. Attached is a few diagrams showing the plumbing routes, and a few pictures showing the area around the plumbing for context. A few aspects to understand before considering solutions to my question:
approx 50yr old CI stack in corner of bathroom, toilet connects directly to CI fitting w/two "ports" for connecting additional fixtures.
1-1/2" PVC drain connects sink and shower directly to main drain line.
trying to avoid installing a full venting system through my roof, or tapping into the older CI stack to add proper vents, if possible.
I understand its less than ideal to have sink and tub connected to the same drain, but really trying to avoid removing additional material from floor joists to reconfigure this drain layout.
Best solution I have so far is to add AAV to the sink, either in the cabinet above the P or in the wall behind vanity mirror. Will this help me?
Secondary idea is to add AAV in the shower wall, somehow, above the tub overflow. will this help me?
Are the particular fittings used (sweeping 90s branches) harmful or helpful in this situation?