|Posted by Moore on December 09, 1999 at 19:54:44:|
|In response to Re: Shower enclosure in Basement|
Sure, you can float the enclosure over the rough in and then route the pipes to it, but it would be MUCH safer and economical to carefully measure where you want the rough in to really be located, and change it to meet your needs and do it right. The Rough in is just that....rough. Make it better, you'll be much happier you did it now than floating the connection to what exists now. Tell me, was it a LICENSED plumber that did the rough in?
: I would like to install a shower in my Partially finished basement. The plumbing has been roughed in, but because of the proximity to the wall it is impossible to center the drain over the existing hole. Could I float the enclosure and run pipes under the enclosure to the drain? thanks for any help that you can offer.
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