Showers in NY State have to be a minimum of 900 sq. in. (30 x 30). If the shower is on a base you can measure the center. If a shower base is going to be made of tile you can put the drain anywhere as long as the tile base pitches to the drain. I've put them inches from walls. At least center it in the other direction so it looks nice.
A shower rough-in usually refers to the distance from the wall to the center of the shower drain , measured out away from both walls in a shower to the center of the drain. It also maybe referring to the height and the center line of the placement of the shower valve.
That depends on how big the shower is.
As far as 57 feet as long as it is properly vented
A hiker walking through a canyon shouts, "Hello!" and hears an echo from the canyon wall 4 seconds later. Approximately how far away is the wall? 700 meters..
If you are asking how far the drain is from the wall behind the toilet, it is 12 inches from the center of the drain to the wall behind the toilet.
Like any shower, you take the wall apart and change whatever you need to. In some cases this is easy from the shower side and in others easier from the back. - Not a job for amateurs especially if the shower wall is tiled with tile over 10-12 years old. In these cases the back approach is the only way.
you need about 12.5" from a finished wall to the center of the toilet flange. you need about 12.5" from a finished wall to the center of the toilet flange.
the sink drain is prob.in the wall.you would have to get a wall mount commode,or install drain in floor and plug drain in wallAnswerYou also need a 3 or 4 inch drainpipe.Ans 3 - You can do this if you fit a new 3" drain to the main pipe and run it to a toilet flange where the sink is.
Floor to Wall 42"
above it in the wall
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On wiring a house it is common practice to have other circuits in the wall cavity passing by the built in shower stall. Electrical outlets that face outward from the shower stall wall that service another room is also common practice. There is no danger from electrical shock as the shower is isolated from the wires by wall board and usually ceramic tiles that make up the shower stall or in some cases a fiberglass shower enclosure.
Any water resistant indoor laqure will do it.
1. Open the walls around the tub back to the wall studs. 2. Remove the plumbing fixtures, faucet, handles, shower diverter, drain lever, and water valves. 3. Get under the tub and remove the drain trap and tailpiece. 4. Remove any nails holding the attachment flanges to the studs. 5. Side the tub out and haul it away. Steel tubs are light and easy to move. If it is cast iron, you will need help.
Technically it could be on the other side of the shower wall, but common sense would tell you this is not a good idea.
There is a main drain that runs from the basement through the roof where it is the vent for the system. If you look at the layout of the house, the upstairs bath is most likely over the downstairs one or the kitchen. If you look on the roof, you will see a 4 inch pipe coming through the roof that should be over the upstairs bath. The sink and shower drain into that and then to the basement and out of the house. Most likely the main stack is in the wall behind the toilet.
That would depend on the height of the drain and how deep the sink is. As long as the drain is lower than the bottom of the sink, it should be fine.
The wall where the plumbing enters into the shower. Also known as a wet wall because it has water pipes in it. It is recommended that the head wall have access on the wall opposite the bathroom to be able for plumbers to remove or replace control valves, drains etc.
The Bobrick shower curtain cannot be installed in the ceiling. It is made be installed in the shower wall brackets.
15-16 inches from back wall. 8-10 inches from side wall tub drain is on. Measurements are to center of tub drain hole. Measurements are close, not exact, and are for a standard tub.
You are probably hearing the hot water hitting the cold pipe which causes expansion thus the pinging sound. Drain speed could probably be clogged vent stacks try cleaning them out.
he will never reach the wall
The difference between a gully trap drain and a floor drain is placement. A floor drain is in a floor, a gully trap drain goes on an external wall.
try replacing o ring on spindle
Cut out the drywall in the wall behind the shower. Replace the valve. Patch the drywall.