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02:34PM | 06/23/04
Member Since: 06/07/04
2 lifetime posts
We have been told to give up on the idea of relocating the sink to the north wall due to the corner that the plumbing will have to be rerouted around. We have also been told that there would be a need to break through the upstairs concrete in order to relocate the plumbing. Basically have been given a red light on the idea. Is it really that hard to run plumbing to another wall with in the same bathroom?


09:50PM | 07/02/04
Member Since: 07/02/04
7 lifetime posts
Who told you not to go with your project?

Nothing is impossible. You could run surface pipes around the wall if you would need to break up a concrete floor.

Get a plumber in to give you an estimate.

Best of luck!

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