I am re-doing my bathroom and gutted everything out, including the old
mud tile floor. What the problem is now is that my toilet flange is
about 1-1.5" above what the new finished floor would be. It looks like
a cast iron flange soldered to a lead bend which is in the concrete
floor( on a slab). How can I lower the flange once my tile floor is
installed? It looks as if I would have to cut the flange off and
install a new flange over the lead pipe and solder it again, or do
they sell something for this application . Any advice appreciated.