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How do you move a 4 inch toilet?

How do you move a 4 inch toilet?

There is usually a vertical waste water pipe under the toilet that uses gravity to move wastewater away. For the waste water line, an offset toilet flange will allow you to move the toilet a couple of inches in any direction without having to cut a new hole in the floor or reconstruct the waste water pipe.

How much does it cost to move a toilet 5 feet?

Cost of Moving Plumbing Fixtures The cost to move a toilet or sinks can be $2,500-$3,500 per fixture.

Can I move my toilet 6 inches?

What happens if you move a toilet a few inches?

If you have a basement or crawl space below a first-floor bathroom, moving the toilet more than a couple of inches means you will have to reconfigure the waste water line and move the water line.

Can you move a toilet in a second floor bathroom?

If you are remodeling a second floor bathroom, moving the toilet will likely require demolition of first floor ceilings and walls so you can move the water lines inside the structure of the house. Yes, this can also become messy, difficult, and costly. But, it can be done.

What do I need to change the location of my toilet?

Ok so lets move on to what is required to move your toilet flange so you can attach your toilet in its new location. The first thing you need to do is remove your toilet. Turn off the water supply line to the toilet and flush the toilet empty.

What kind of fittings do you need to move a toilet?

For example, you will need to use PVC fittings if you are connecting to a PVC waste vent stack. Depending on where your toilet is being moved to, the precise drain fittings needed may vary. Be prepared use additional PVC or ABS fittings as necessary to route the toilet drain to the vent-waste stack.

If you have a basement or crawl space below a first-floor bathroom, moving the toilet more than a couple of inches means you will have to reconfigure the waste water line and move the water line.

Ok so lets move on to what is required to move your toilet flange so you can attach your toilet in its new location. The first thing you need to do is remove your toilet. Turn off the water supply line to the toilet and flush the toilet empty.

If you are remodeling a second floor bathroom, moving the toilet will likely require demolition of first floor ceilings and walls so you can move the water lines inside the structure of the house. Yes, this can also become messy, difficult, and costly. But, it can be done.

What’s the cheapest way to move a toilet?

The good news is that a new flexible supply line and offset toilet flange are both relatively easy to install, and together the parts will cost you less than $20. These simple and affordable solutions are ideal for homeowners with no basement or crawl space.