08:10PM | 06/17/07
Member Since: 06/16/07
2 lifetime posts
is it possible and difficult to move a toilet drain? i am enlarging an existing bathroom about three feet wider to put a larger bathtub but i would have to move the toilet about 2 square feet from it's original space to create some debth and width for the tub.

thank you



10:07AM | 06/18/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1512 lifetime posts
When I did this same job in a high rise condo and the work was performed on the 47th floor of a 60 story building I had to charge the condo owner $71,000+ as I had to work in the apartment below and had to cut into the 8" cast Iron stack and re vent piping

When I did this job in a one family home and the bathroom was located on the main floor where the piping was all exposed and the cast iron was only 4" diameter I was able to do this job for $6,200

ANYTHING is possible as we did put a toilet on the space shuttle.

Just a matter of location and what one is willing to spend


11:54AM | 06/18/07
Member Since: 06/16/07
2 lifetime posts
thank you for the reply. now this is two level house. the toilet that i want to shift over 3 square feet is on the second floor. i was hoping for a low cost job because if this does require a hefty price tag, i will not bother with this.


04:20PM | 06/21/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
1512 lifetime posts
Filing fees, Hiring a licensed and INSURED plumbing contractor, plaster, tile work water lines re venting min size toilet waste is 3" and as for as I know there is no such thing as low cost in plumbing when it comes to locating a toilet as the venting and larger size waste lines.

Depending on the area of the country your in what the labor rate would be as each area has a different cost of living


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