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Discuss Re-Routing Bath Pipes and Waste in the Bathrooms, Showers and Wetrooms area at UKPlumbersForums.co.uk.

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  1. Wrighty8

    Wrighty8 New Member

    Evening all.

    I am currently demolishing the bathroom - long overdue and we have out new suite coming tomorrow and would like to fit the bath in asap really as the old one is now in the garden!

    Here is my slight issue. The new shower L bath will have to go opposite way round to old bath due to lack of space If it was to go the same way - it would foul the wash basin.

    Question is, what is the beast way to reroute all the pipes including the waste? it will be going just over a metre to the riPic
    Evening all.

    I am currently demolishing the bathroom - long overdue and we have out new suite coming tomorrow and would like to fit the bath in asap really as the old one is now in the garden!

    Here is my slight issue. The new shower L bath will have to go opposite way round to old bath due to lack of space If it was to go the same way - it would foul the wash basin.

    Question is, what is the beast way to reroute all the pipes including the waste? it will be going just over a metre to the right.

    Pic:

    20180409_183528.jpg

    I need to shift all the pipes 1metre to the right.

    Thoughts please?

    Thanks.
     
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2018
  2. AWheating

    AWheating Trusted Plumber GSR

    under floor or in boxing. if exisitng pipes land under new bath position the run ontop of timbers you put down for bath legs.
     
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  3. Wrighty8

    Wrighty8 New Member

    Thanks for that AWheating.

    How would I do it going off the pic, I managed to upload it.

    Webp.net-resizeimage (5).jpg
     
  4. Dkdc71

    Dkdc71 Member

    Just lower the waste to floor level and run your fall up to your bath waste and re route the plumbing back into the boxing and come out above the waste and tight to the wall hope that helps
     
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  5. Wrighty8

    Wrighty8 New Member

    Yeah, will do that as it seems the best way seeing as the bath is out the way for now.

    Cheers.
     
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