Add your answer here.
Check out some similar questions!
Can I tie a claw foot tub into an existing sink plumbing and drain? [ 4 Answers ]
I am looking to install a claw foot bathtub. Right now there is only a shower and sink. I can tie into either of these drains and supply lines but the sink is more convenient. The sink drain is 1.5". Will that work? Do I need a p-trap on the tub? Are there any potential problems? The sink is only...
Replacing old tub with claw foot tub on a slab [ 6 Answers ]
I'm thinking of replacing an old tub (american standard recessed tub) with a new claw foot tub. The only part I think I may have trouble with is connecting the drain. I don't think the drain line in the floor will be where it needs to be for the new tub. I am on a slab and wonder how they set...
Convert a claw-foot tub to a hot tub? [ 1 Answers ]
Are there any kits available for adding jets, filter, heating to a claw-foot tub?
Convert tub area to walk in shower II [ 2 Answers ]
I want to convert the tub area to a walk in shower. Since I plan on tiling the floor anyway how difficult/expensive would it be to just tile the whole room AND shower area and leave the drain where it is (sort of making the whole room a shower)? It's a small room with only a toilet and shower...
Claw foot tub plumbing [ 1 Answers ]
I have a standard tub in my bathroom and regular behind the walls plumbing what willl need to be done to change it to plumbing for a CFT? And what might it cost? What is the standard procedure for switching this plumbing around? Any help at all is greatly appreciated:confused:
View more Plumbing questions Search