I have stripped out the bathroom and other half wants a vanity unit for
the sink and toilet pan. With the layout I have to keep the toilet pan
on the right.
Is there likely to be an issue in trying to take the waste pipe to the
toilet pan, I have only ever had seperate sink / pan before.
I am concerned about space for the waste connection to the pan and if I
cut out an access for the easte pipe in the vanity unit will it
compromise the strength of the unit.
The visible waste pipe would then be boxed in.
Looks fine to me. You could always glue a sheet of ply inside the vanity
unit where it is cut away.
Just check that a right angle connector will fit for the loo.Or yopu
might enmd up having to fill a gap between the vanity unit and te wall.
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We are looking at a similar type of unit and I am concerned about the
centre distances - I will want the basin centred under the window and the
WC lined up the existing outlet.I don't like bodging the WC Outlet with
flexible pipes. Is there any fiddle space on the WC positioning?
I dont know thats what I have been trying to find out.
The plumber should be back here next week as he is hoping if possible to
alter the stack pipe so I dont have to use risers on the shower tray. So
will speak to him before I order anything.
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On Saturday, 11 May 2019 09:35:25 UTC+1, ss wrote:
When I fitted a vanity unit sink, I used flexible waste pipe, with glued ends, and a HepVO trap. Meant it had minimal impact on cupboard space and I was able to route it round the back of the unit.
Would do the same again, given the choice.
The bog unit, I assume, has no floor. But is otherwise the same construction as the basin one? In which case, no issue. Except the probability of needing to have some sort of raised floor higher than the WC waste pipe.
It is so easy to add strength to units like this, if needed.
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