SWMBO has decided that 'we' need to replace our existing WC with a
wall-hung variety for our small downstairs cloakroom.155 x 135 cm overall
dimensions. You 'sit' parallel to the long side. Lath & plaster walls all
The one I looked at (local builders merchant) comes with a couple of
enormous brackets which I assume will fit into a breeze block arrangment to
carry the weight.
Is it therefore cistern + Breezeblock to hold the brackets + diameter of
soilpipe going through 90% to get to the subfloor + WC?
will there be room to get your knees in?
If it was me I would chip off the lath and plaster and screw and glue a
strong batten to the wall joists in order to fix the wall hung toilet frame
It also fixes to the floor as well for stability.
Normally the frames are only the depth of the soil pipe + a bit more for
clearance (say 150mm)
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