Hi guys, first post
Looking for some expert (or "done-it") opinions.
My wife has a 3,500sq ft exercise studio in Toronto (lease). Business is going well, and we want to increase the useable space. She is turning people away because its just full!
What has held us (by that i mean me) from knocking down walls to make more room is the darn bathrooms. That is where the plumbing is, so that is where the bathrooms HAVE to go... right?
Ive gotten over it. The bathrooms have to be moved.
Now, Ive done personal
home reno, woodworking, even a bit of HVAC, but i have no idea when it comes to plumbing. Im looking for the work involved, or (gasp!) paying someone to do it.
Heres the stats:
Guys: sink, toilet, fan
Gals: sink, 2 toilets, fan
Want to move them about 30ft. Its 2nd floor of a two storey commercial building. Pretty sure the floor is slab concrete.
I guess what im asking is what would I be looking at for a pro to do that sort of work? Can you go up and over? Drains have to go down right? I would love the challenge to do it myself, but its risky when its not my property, and the work has to be done within a one-week summer shutdown.
I really have no clue as to what that would be near when we are trying to set our budget.
Any help from someone that knows the work involved would be great.
Wow, that got long.