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Fitting toilet after raising floor

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by boatmad, 15 Aug 2007.

  1. boatmad

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    I am new to this forum so please be gentle with me.

    I am tiling my bathroom floor before fitting a new bathroom suite. This will as advice received mean that the floor level will increase with tiles and backing board.

    Can anyone provide me with advice on how I can connect the toilet to the existing waste outlet, is there an attachment I can use to compensate for the rise in the floor level. Thanks :?:
     
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    Thanks Gasman 1015 for the quick response how much adjustment will this piece accomodate, I'm looking for between 25-30mm.
     
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    You will probably be OK, but there are various versions, try a local plumbers merchants as they will have a better knowledge of the range than a screwfix catalogue (handy reference tool though). I have a McApline book in the van and it has been a god send twice this week already.

    You will almost certainly get one to take up the slack.
     
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    Thanks to both of you will visit local plumbers merchants now I know what I am looking for. :D
     
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