cutting a hole in basement floor for toilet
how do I know where to cute hole in basement floor to install rough plumbing for a toilet and a shower?
Is it better to use a concrete saw or a jack hammer?
When I broke the concrete in our carport's floor to run the waste pipe for an addition, I used a jack hammer. I figured that a concrete saw would need a diamond blade and create a ton of dust. If there are any rebars in the concrete, then additional problems using a saw.
Don't forget that you will need to install a vent pipe which the plumber can also advise you on how best to run it. It "may" need to be vented through the roof.
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