Re: Replacing standard toilet with a "Corner" toilet
Posted by Terry Love on January 09, 1999 at 14:37:15:
In response to Re: Replacing standard toilet with a "Corner" toilet

Breaking concrete is the answer. Check for clearance with the lav (sink) when sitting on the Triangle toilet. I have noticed that in practice, the lavs feel a bit close. If you don't break the concrete to change the rough-in, it should still work. You will of course wind up with an extra 3" on one side.

: I have a SMALL half-bath that would benefit from a corner toilet - leaving us with more leg room. I have found only one such toilet (Eljer "Triangle Emblem" #091-4510). My problem is that the floor drain is 12" from one wall and 15" from the other wall. The Eljer toilet calls for a 12" rough-in. Is there a way to correct this offset, other than breaking concrete, etc?

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