|Posted by Terry Love on September 28, 19100 at 19:33:14:|
|In response to Re: Bathtub installation - floor joist in way of drain|
: I'm remodeling a bathroom and replacing a shower with a bathtub. Unfortunately, the overflow pipe and
: But, I've heard there's a different type of assembly that can be used. This assembly has the cleanout
: Does anyone know if this different type of assembly really exists and where it might be purchased?
: Thanks much.
I would use a ABS or PVC glue type waste and overflow drain. this way, you can use street 45 bends to angle parts of the drain away from the joist. If the joist is on center with the drain, you can use a S-45 at the top to offset alongside the joist. If the joist runs across the drain, you can use two together to offset to the other side. Terry
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