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  1. Tiling, ceramics, marble
    Hi guys, I have a bathroom remodel in progress and have an unusual/challenging situation with my closet flange and a new porcelein tile floor I'm about to put in. First some quick background. There was a problem with the old toilet that caused significant leaking, forcing me to pull off the...
  2. Plumbing
    Hi. I pulled up my half bathroom's linoleum flooring to replace it with vinyl. The floor is concrete because we are at the bottom floor of a condo building. With the toilet removed, I can see that the hole in the concrete where the closet flange is seems to have a gap where concrete has broken...
  3. Plumbing
    My toilet flange broke, and I bought a Super Ring repair ring to fix it (see picture attachment). I screwed it to the concrete floor using Tapcons, and then realized that I forgot to put a bead of silicone sealant in between the Super Ring and the existing broken flange like the manufacturer...
  4. Plumbing
    I recently bought a house and have been slowly trying to figure how to fix things on my own. I may be in over my head now. We are trying to replace the toilet in our bathroom and the old toilet flange was completely broken. I tried removing it but that may have been a horrible idea. Now I am...
  5. Plumbing
    Hello all. I'll get right to the root of my question (background is included below for those interested!). How important is it for the closet flange to be level (with respect to the bottom of the toilet)? My inlet is not exactly plumb, so when I went to install a new flange I noticed that it...
  6. Plumbing
    Hi everyone, First post here! Looks like an awesome community to be a part of! We're working on a bathroom remodel, and just had the plumber finish the plumbing rough-in (the only part that's not DIY). I had to remove the closet flange to make some subfloor repairs and now am not sure how to...
  7. Plumbing
    Hello all, I am nearly finished with a bathroom renovation thank goodness, and the time has come to install the thrown. My question is about how to properly mount the toilet flange to the subfloor. The complication is due to our many layers that are as follows: 1. 3/4 plywood 2. 3/8 in plywood...
  8. Plumbing
    Half of a toothpaste tube, the top half with the cap, went down the toilet and got stuck. The kid was very proud of doing this and even flushed it. So, plumber comes, uses a snake, a curved one and does two tries and pushes whatever was in the path down to..where ever it goes. Couple of hours...
  9. Plumbing
    There are many varying opinions on this topic when I search, so I'm submitting my situation and asking for your input. I've taken possession of a partialliy built home, slab on grade with all plumbing including infloor heating roughed in the poured concrete slab. No big problems, I'm moving...
  10. Plumbing
    Hello, everyone. This is my first post. Hopefully someone will be able to clue me in on some things! I'm at the tail end of a total bathroom reno, and am just about ready to put the toilet back in, but I'm wondering about the old flange that's in there. It's in ok shape, but I don't understand...
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