|Posted by Jason R. Scales on June 07, 2001 at 10:48:50:|
I have an old farm hose in lacaster, pa. and when i drain the tub it leaks through the plaster ceilings and into the kitchen below. I thought i could acsess the pipes throught the ceiling below the tub and discoverd i have radiant heat wich means concrete ceilings with water pipes runing throughout, can I access the pipes to the tub through the tile floor or would the be inbedded in the concrete as well and how difficult is it going to be to remove the tub without damaging it.
Shoul I forget doing iit myself and get a plumber. Your thoughts in this would be greatly appreciated.
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