18" off sidewall and 12" off backwall. 18" and 12" are the center measurements for toilet rough-in. These are standard rough-in measurements.
A plumbing contractor, any store that sells toilets, or checking online should be reliable resources for info needed for toilet measurements.
so the toilet paper is coming from under
In order to hold water in the toilet bowl (and prevent unpleasant smells from coming into the bathroom) there is an elbow in the toilet. After you see the water go down the toilet, it then travels upwards through the elbow and then back down again into the drain line. The toilet clogs when things are too big to travel freely through the elbow.
As a general rule, 6" from the center of the drain and 6" from the floor.
The tiny bugs coming from the toilet are called springtails. These little bugs thrive in areas with lots of moisture.
BY reading and following the rough in measurements get a plumber to come and give you a quote!
If it is coming from the tank: NO. If it coming from the bowl: YES!
It won't change when you flush the toilet. :)
The minimum distance required is 15" either side/ that is minimum.
That is actually Excriment. It is him using the toilet.
Why not read the roughing book? and what considerations are you taking into account for venting?
You need a new wax ring.
that your about to do a poo or wee in the toilet
12" from rear wall....16 to 18 from side wall....measurements are to center of flange
The toilet wax ring is probably cracked and leaking.You have to drain and remove the toilet to replace the wax ring below it.Hope this helps!
If it is just the toilet that doesn't have water, then the pipes are probably not frozen. If it is the whole house than maybe yes. If you have water at other faucets, look at the toilet and see where the blockage is. Disconnect the supply line under the tank and see if water is coming through the shut off at the toilet if there is one.
Not without breaking up some concrete or crawling under it, if you have a wood floor, and you will have to know where you can tie it into the existing system before beginning anything.
Wouldn't that depend on the type of toilet valve and where the leak is coming from that would dictate the type of repair?
This could happen due to improper plumbing, or due to a clog. If the waste water is coming up through a sink and not a toilet, it's more likely that an upstairs toilet and a downstairs (or lower) sink share a waste stack that is clogged below a shared junction between the two.
12" from rear wall, 16" to 18" to side wall, these are measurements to the center of the flange.
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