|Posted by Gary on October 22, 19100 at 19:57:46:|
|In response to Re: floor flange|
: We recently had to have a new first floor slab poured, and the cement is now approx. 2" above the original flange (sort of free floating). It is a cast iron waste pipe with about 4" high lead sleeve. The flange itself is below grade and not attached to the floor. How can I raise the flange (to cement around the pipe and install new flange)so I can reinstall the toilet?
Oatey has come out with a product called a "spin lock flange" (best of the compression type flanges I've seen ever)
It's a PVC toilet flange with a shank appox. 6" deep, and a rubber gasket that seals as you spin flange in place. The ones I've seen only fit inside of 4" pipe. You can also get a deep seal cast iron flange and lead caulk into place.
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