Plumbing in a bath

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    • #275028
      MasterPlumbers
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      I have bought a bath where the taps are in the middle of one edge, this edge will be against a wall, How do i plumb this in as you can not get under the bat.

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      Ldelaureal
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      Of course I would really have to see your layout, but usually I have to cut the drywall out of the outside wall that contains the plumbing. I can think of a way to get around the supply plumbing by using flexible tubing, but the drain connection would be the problem.

    • #290961
      fourth year
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      A plumber would be able to figure out how to do it, but we cannot without seeing the job, since it would require knowing where the pipes are located relative to the faucet location. Also, most of those tubs are arranged so that the faucet can be at the front or the back depending on how you install the tub. The drain is the easiest part for a plumber to connect.

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