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Toilet/Bath & Sink waste advice.

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by atomicbullet, 10 May 2017.

  1. atomicbullet


    12 Mar 2011
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    United Kingdom

    I am after a bit of advice on how to go about moving my toilet waste and then reconnecting up the basin/bath waste.

    The current setup consists of basin and bath waste going through the external wall that leads into the kitchen extension roof void and then out of the side into the soil pipe.

    The existing soil from the toilet is unusable and in the wrong place.

    Unfortunately i don't think i can have the new toilet waste directly out of the back and through the wall as the kitchen roof is in the way due to the height the exit from the toilet would need.


    The bath and basin waste go through on the left of th image above, there is roughly only two bricks height between the floor and space in the roof before the roof gets in the way.


    I want the toilet sitting on the same wall under the window. The only real way i can think is to bring the soil through between the joists (plenty of room and another two bricks lower) and then up through the floor at the correct spacing. Then use a right angled pan connector from the toilet.

    I'm then thinking the pipes currently from the basin/bath waste are going to be in the way so as the soil pipe would be in there and lower than the current run i could connect them into the soil that would run along in the roof void.

    I hope that makes some sense!

    Just a quick not that the wall with the window on will have 50mm frame built bringing it away to box in shower pipes etc.. I'm not sure if it is any use to the thread but may throw up other options.

    Last edited: 10 May 2017
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  3. Nige F

    Nige F

    28 Jun 2005
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    That is a sensible idea, as is the frame (y)
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