I am rounding the corner on my basement plumbing and had a final question on plumbing the toilet.
For the toilet I have a 4x3 hub/hub closet connector. I will need to put a 4" pipe into it to bring it to the floor level. Since I am not 100% sure what I will be doing with the floor I am not sure how high to bring the pipe. Is it better to just bring it up high, then cut after the fact? My fear is that I will not be able to cut the pipe flush with the floor, without damaging the floor. I was originally going to bring it about 3/8" - 1/2" above the concrete, then even if it was a little lower than then the floor, when I put the flange in, I would still get about an inch of engagement. What is the best way? Do you glue the flange in (I assume you do).
Basically, I guess the question is, should I bring the pipe about 3/8" above the concrete. I figure if I do Tile, I will have 1/2" of floor, but to be safe I would be a little short. The closet flange has about 1.5" of engagement, so even if I was off by 1/4" or so I assume I would still be good????