I have a master bath with dead space behind the existing wall (used to be an old closet). The current bath is ~6'x7' but could be 12'x7' when the dead space is utilized.
The bath has only a shower and the vent pipe runs up the back wall. There is sufficient room to install a tub in place of the shower, but the vent pipe either has to be moved or re-routed.
Would it be best to raise the height of the tub and re-route the vent, or have a pro physically move the vent in the slab.
Does anyone have experience with this? Any pointers would be appreciated.
Thanks very much