Re: backflush /wallhung toilets
Posted by rita on April 22, 2004 at 20:31:18:
In response to Re: backflush /wallhung toilets
no problem with the 3" drain line i dont have it know but im told putting it in wont be too much troble the laundry/utility room is new and if the last contractor had believed me id have the drain already in. i have info on the two toilets mentioned before but can find no statistics on them nor have i found anyone with personal knowledge thanks for your attention all rita


The first question would be whether you have a 3" drain line in the laundry room. It would be an unusual one, unless there is a bathroom on the second floor, in which case you could still not just put fitting in the line for the toilet.

: : i need/want to put a toilet in the laundry/utility room . it's on a slab so no diggin down. im looking for a wall hung toilet the only two i found are the rexmont 3217 by crane and the glenwall by american standard. im not wanting to spend a million. we only really need it so the back yard party guests dont have to find the way through the house and the older guests dont have to go so far. any suggestions would be welcomed thanks, rita




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