Bathroom Remodeling

How to Look at Ground Drain Pipe Slope Prior to Relocating Bathroom – Bathroom Reworking





Simply click on this connection if you’re searching for much more details about toilet remodeling, repairs and new household construction. This online video will deliver you with a couple items to think about just before shifting a toilet on your subsequent bathroom transforming venture. The slope and drainage, along with the fittings applied and their spot can avert you from transferring a bathroom any further absent from the unique place. A great rest room reworking task basically starts with excellent scheduling, so choose your time and make certain that everything is heading to get the job done ahead of you begin working on the remodel.

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6 comments

  1. thank you, i learnt somethings really important…. such as slightly dropping of the waste pipe to easily drive the waste out. and how to extend clearly while moving the toilet on the second floor. 

    Question, how do you change complete waste line?

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  2. Do plumbers give free estimates on jobs like adding plubling to a room? right now we have 1 small bathroom and want to convert the larger room next to it to a bathroom. That way we will still have a bathroom while construction is happening. The 4' sewer stack is directly under the current bathroom so im worried the distance might be too great and an additional stack will have to be made which im sure would cost a butt load.

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  3. Don't forget you can always raise the floor in a toilet room to gain height for pitch if you want to extend a toilet drain beyond what existing joist allows. Nobody wants a platform in the middle of an open bathroom. However, in Masters you can usually get away with a separate room. Raise the floor in the enclosed space if added height is needed.

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  4. we have cement floors in Phoenix, and want to move ours about 6 feet. What issues do you see with this?

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  5. I'm a DIY guy moving some PVC waste pipe around in a second-floor bathroom. You make some great points to consider. Thank You

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  6. Love your videos. You're one of the only youtubers who goes into the fine details of construction. If it's possible would you be able to do some videos on rebar? Like figuring out which one to use where and the spacing, e.g. for steps, driveway, slabs.

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