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Possible to put a loo far from current soil pipe? (Read 785 times)
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Re: Possible to put a loo far from current soil pipe?
Reply #1 - May 18th, 2016, 9:25am
 
Hi, Anything is possible, (nearly)

If the joists run back to front so they don't need notching and they are standard 10 x 2, you could possibly run the pipe to the back that way.

Saniflows will do the job and would be the easy road to take, provided you don't have to weaken the joists. Personally I sooner go the extra mile to the nearest loo than have one.
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Possible to put a loo far from current soil pipe?
May 17th, 2016, 1:55pm
 
Hi, I wonder if anyone can give me some advice? I was wanting to install a small en-suite (just a toilet and washbasin) in an upstairs front bedroom. The existing soil pipe and main bathroom are at the back of the house. We're in the middle of a terrace row, so no sides to run pipes down. Is it possible to put a toilet there? If so, would it require a Saniflow, or are there other options? Tyvm!
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