installing floor flange for toilet

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    • #274691
      toilethelp

      I AM INSTALLING THE TOILET IN A NEW BASEMENT BATHROOM THE ROUGH PLUMBING IS IN AND I HAVE TO INSTALL THE FLOOR FLANG FOR THE TOILET. MY QUESTION IS HOW HIGH SHOULD THE TOP OF THE FLANG BE FROM THE FINISHED FLOOR.
      THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP

    • #290199
      TryThis
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      It depends on what you use for your floor(strapping?,Insulation?,underlay?, Cermiac tile?)
      If you keep it close to the finish floor hieght you can seal it with a 12 gasket,34 gasket,1 gasket
      Remember to watch your distance from the walls(front,back,sides)

    • #290200
      SylvanLMP
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      The floor flange should be even with the finished floor tiles, not lower and no more then a 1/4 inch higher.

    • #290201
      gatesedward
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      I WANT TO THANK THE PEOPLE WHO ANSWERED MY QUESTION ABOUT THE FLOOR FLANG FOR A TOILET. THANKS AGAIN.
      GATESEDWARD

    • #290202
      gatesedward
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      I WANT TO THANK THE PEOPLE WHO ANSWERED MY QUESTION ABOUT THE FLOOR FLANGE FOR A TOILET. THANKS AGAIN.
      GATESEDWARD

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