|Posted by hj on July 28, 2003 at 09:19:45:|
|In response to Re: Hanging Toilets|
The fitting in the wall is rather expensive. Installing it proberly takes extra time. And the toilet itself costs more than a conventional one. $810.00 may be a bit excessive, since you should get credit for the unused toilet, piping, and labor that is not going to be done. That being said, putting in the plumbing for a conventional toilet and then trying to change it later will cost much more than $810.00.
: My mother is getting ready to have a new home built and wanted wall hung toilets. Builder wants $810.00 per toilet, which seems excessive. Is there a way to configure the plumbing and wall anchors at a later time? I understand that would still be very cost prohibitive? Apparently, these are not popular toilets to use residentially, but my mother loves the idea of them for ease of cleaning underneath.
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