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Old 06-08-2014, 04:45 PM   #1
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Space per fixture requirement for bathrooms?


I remember being told there is a space per fixture requirement but I'm unable to locate it. I live on Montgomery county maryland if that helps.

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I remember being told there is a space per fixture requirement...
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Not sure what your even asking.
Distance between outlets, distance from water sources, location from floor?
How big is the bathroom?
It needs it's own 20 amp GFI protected circuit.
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I remember being told there is a space per fixture requirement but I'm unable to locate it. I live on Montgomery county maryland if that helps.

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Are you saying a certain amount of floor space must be dedicated to a certain number of fixtures?

Don't think so.
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Do you mean like a toilet (WC).... I'd have to go out and double check code book.... so don't take the actual number.... but something like 15" from center bowl to each side and 24 or 30" from front lip to wall/obstruction.

Is that what you mean.... If it is, I'll go out and get you exact.

I do not recall any other fixture distances in a bath required by code.
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