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Old 2015-01-21, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by jeffjc View Post
the natural place for the shower is in the right corner as you have drawn. Moving the pipes in the wall is easy. For the floor they will likely have to dig it up anyways as they are rarely in the right spot for the floor drain. So you may as well do it as you like.
I figured the shower belonged to the right. I guess I would be best to buy my tub or shower base before the plumbing was relocated so that it lined up perfectly. Is it typical to do the framing and insulation first and then have the plumbing put into the wall/ break up the floor and relocate the drains? I ask because I may not finish the bathroom immediately.. we have plenty of toilets so no rush. Would wait for sales, etc to finish it.
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