Re: HELP, NEED A 10" ROUGH IN TOILET
Posted by hj on February 13, 2002 at 09:25:59:
In response to Re: HELP, NEED A 10" ROUGH IN TOILET
Moving the pipe is the floor is the only other possibility, and it would be cheaper than moving the walls. Normally the plumber would be responsible for moving it.

: WE HAVE JUST BUILT A NEW HOME, SLAB ON GRADE, & THE PLUMBER MADE A MISTAKE SO NOW WE HAVE TO PURCHASE 3 TOILETS FOR 10" ROUGH IN. PROBLEM IS I HAD VISIONS OF A GOOD LOOKING 1 PIECE TOILET, ELONGATED BOWL, MAYBE EVEN A 17" HIGH SEAT FOR THE MASTER BATH. WELL *POOF* THOSE IDEAS GO OUT THE DOOR NOW. I AM IN NH, CHECKING WHATS AVAILABLE HERE LIKE ELJER, AMERICAN STANDARD, KOHLER, THERE IS NOTHING THAT FITS THE BILL. YESTERDAY I FOUND A TOTO DEALER WHICH HAS A TOILET CALLED CARLYLE, BUT IT LOOKS LIKE A AN ACCIDENT THE WAY THEY CONCEAL THE TRAP TO ALLOW IT TO FIT 10"12"& 14" ROUGHS.
: AND THEN ON TOP OF IT ALL THE TOTO WAS LIKE $500. IN WHITE! DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY IDEAS?? MOVING THE WALL IS NOT POSSIBLE WERE ALL PLASTERED AND PAINTED.




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