-- Ken --
Ken Hobson k...@telinga.demon.co.uk
> I'm planning to refurbish my bathroom and this will involve moving the W.C
> about 3'. The soil pipework at the moment is the push-fit kind and there is
> plenty of room under the floor for the new sections. The pan is screwed to a
> wooden floor. This seems to be quite a straightforward job, but are there any
> pitfalls I should look out for? Will (cough) smells be a problem whilst movin
> the pan? All hints gratefully recieved.
> -- Ken --
> Ken Hobson k...@telinga.demon.co.u
I recently had to move a wall and its associated plumbing about three
feet, including the line from the upstairs toilet. The smell was almost
unnoticeable, and not a problem. (I also made sure nobody upstairs could
flush at the time...:-))
e...@ham.almanac.bc.ca (Robert Smits, Ladysmith B.C. )
Television is an invention that permits you to be entertained in your
living room by people you wouldn't have in your home...David Frost
Check with building codes in your area, moving WC 3 feet could require
another vent pipe.
As to smells coming form the open pipe, bag it with a plastic bag until
ready to make connections, then bag the open end until the WC is installed.
Also remember the rules of plumbing:
1) hot on the left
2) cold on the right
3) crap does not run up hill
4) vent it
Have a nice day!