|Posted by hj on June 23, 2003 at 09:49:39:|
|In response to Re: wall-outlet toilet (apartment remodeling)|
Your premise is correct, however the mechanics of moving a wall hung toilet, unless there is room under the floor to relocate the riser pipe, can be daunting unless the wall is also made thicker to accomodate the fittings required. It would not the least expensive thing you have ever done.
: I am considering replacing a sloane-valve, bottom-outletout toilet in an 1920's apartment building. I would like to relocate the toilet in the bathroom. I assume a wall-outlet toilet, whether wall-mounted or floor-mounted, could be shifted provided there is adequate space behind the bathroom walls to accommodate relocation of the outlet piping to link with a waste discharge riser. To what technical issues (outside of the requisite stud walls) should I be sensitive?
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