on the floor between the toilet and stand.
the average height of a toilet is flush with the floor. you dont raise a toilet off the floor.
The ONLY places any toilet can leak is between tank and bowl, or between bowl and floor.
If the toilet is sitting solid on the floor, you don't need to. I would use latex instead of silicone because if you should ever have to pull the toilet, it would be much easier. One reason not to seal it down would be if the wax ring should ever fail. You could have a lot of damage to the floor before you noticed the leak.
you take off the bolts holding the toilet to the floor, there is going to be a wax ring , remove and put a new wax ring in between the bolts on the floor and put the toilet back , keep the bolts in sight when putting the toilet back , push toilet down and put bolts back on , flush to make sure no leaks , ,, caulk , . be sure to turn and take off the water supply line before anything , jerermiah
The drain from the toilet to the main drain is plugged and the branch to the shower is not. If the main floor toilet flushes, it is between the two toilets and not between the house and the sewer.
It is estimated that a laminate floor can last up to 20 years, before it needs replacing.
What is the best underlayment when replacing a floor and why?
The knobs on the bottom of the toilet hold the toilet to the bolts that in turn hold the toilet in place on the floor.
17" from floor to top of toilet bowl.
Depending on the size of the floor that you are replacing, installing a vinyl floor can be a weekend project. There are a number of steps to take before actually installing the floor, such as removing the original flooring, and prepping the floor for the new installation.
Yes As long as the flange does not hold the toilet off the floor it will be fine.
Hair will not clog a toilet unless there is something more solid blocking it. You need to take the toilet off the floor, out in yard and clean it from the floor end with a garden hose, and possibly even a 'toilet snake'.
Possibly wax ring or toilet tank to toilet bowl gasket.
It is a valve on the floor, next to the toilet. The pipe from this valve feeds the toilet
No, Saddles are illegal in most civilized countries
most place the holder - depending on the room available next to the toilet bowl itself between 24 and 30 inches from the floor level
Yes that's what the flange sit on and get bolted onto that is why if you remove the toilet/flange you will see a hole in your floor
The lower toilet is acting as a vent. Check the vent stack for debris, bird nest, critters, etc.
If they keep turning then the socket in the floor flange is distorted, or the bolt heads have worn. Pull the toilet and fit a new st of bolts and make sure they don't turn before re-fitting the toilet.
You may have to remove the toilet from floor and look underneath. Things usually jam where toilet meets floor flange. Takes about an hour for a competent handy man to do.
The floor around your toilet and sink could be hot because there is a heat vent nearby. There is no specific plumbing reason for this.
The toilet flange sits on the floor and connects the toilet to the drain. It should connect to both.
Yes. Typically the comode is cauled where it meets the floor.
pull the toilet. Make sure the trap is clear on the toilet, and then snake the toilet line.