|Posted by Terry Love on May 24, 2001 at 11:17:58:|
|In response to Re: Help! Offset Flange Question|
: My wife and I are struggling about the use of an offset flange. We have decided on a 12" toilet (Kohler Portrait), but have a 14" rough in. This is new construction, but there is a floor joist in the way so we had to go 14".
: I have heard that offset flanges are prone to clogging, etc. Using a pressure assisted toilet might help, but my wife doesn't like the sound of them. Is there really a risk of clogging with the flange, or will we be OK using one? If we are stuck, does a 12" toilet on a 14" rough in look ridiculous?
You may want to check your local code to see if they allow offset flanges first.
To make the toilet look less obvious, you can add a shelf on the wall behind. It would make a nice place to put things also.
Why is a 14" toilet out of the question?
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