|Posted by hj on May 14, 2002 at 01:09:26:|
|In response to Re: Cast Iron toilet flange, 2" above finished floor|
A plumber would break the flange off and then lead a new one on. he would then snap the excess pipe off. You probably have the tools to remove it but not install the new one.
: I am remodelling a bathroom and the toilet flange is very high. The reason being that a previous owner remodelled the room and installed tile on top of the old linolium floor. They put while mesh, then a thick layer of mortar and tile on top. The flage is 3-1/2 inches above the joists.
: The new finished linolium floor will be about an inch. So the flange will protrude 2-1/2 inches!
: Any suggestions? I've never cut cast iron before. How is the flange attached? They must have put this flnge on when they installed the tile floor.
: I've gutted my bathroom down to the studs and joists.
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