|Posted by hj on November 30, 2001 at 21:47:14:|
|In response to Re: Intalling a toilet over carpet?|
As a point of reference in case you ever do it again, install the toilet and vanity before the carpet is laid. That will allow the carpet layers to install their tack strips around them so it will be secured, unless your carpet is glued down.
: I just had a dense berber sytle carpet installed over concrete slab in new basement bathroom. I assume that I'll have to cut away the carpet to install the closet flange, but what about for toilet base. Can/should that sit on the carpet or do I cut around the entire base for the toilet to sit directly on the concrete? Also how do you recommend attaching the flange to the concrete. I have 3" PVC cut flush with concrete slab.
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