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Old 06-05-2009, 07:57 PM   #1
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Enlarging Bathroom ?

how hard is it to make a bathroom biger?
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You would most likely want to move the plumbing. The drain lines will be the hardest to move because of the short distance between the fixtures drain and the holding tank under it. Give us more info to go on.
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How about making "you" smaller...?

haha...sorry...yes more info please while I remove my foot from my mouth...
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What seems to be the problem with the current system? What do you have, and what are you thinking of doing?

Remember, making the bathroom larger, will make other areas smaller.....and since the bathroom is one of the least used spaces, you might want to rethink that.

Are you looking for more leg room when sitting on the throne? More headroom in the shower....or a larger shower?

As is usually the case, more information will get you better answers.
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