I have gutted the bathroom and want the following done, can anyone spot any issues or something which can't be done:
N.B. we have internal waste pipes.
Need the bath plumbing in, it is double ended and has taps on the side edge near the wall, the end of the bath butts up to the boxed in internal soild pipe, which in effect will create a tiled shelf at the end of the bath. May utilise existing waste for this or go out through the external wall and into a hopper (is this allowed?), need to run hot and cold supply to bath. Need to take cold feed from under the bath (can pipes be floor mounted under the bath, as apposed to under the floor boards so we have easy access) to feed the electric shower.
Need to supply sink with hot and cold and make new waste pipe (we are siting the sink on a wall that previously did not have sink on it) as the existing waste is all about the floor boards I donâ€™t want to have unsighlty pipes from the sink so want to put the waste pipe under the floor and connect to bath or again go out side and into a hopper.
We want our towel warmer at the end of the bath (above the tiled shelf I mentioned earlier) this means having the radiator pipes sticking out of the wall horizontally (I have the correctly angled valves for this), is it again possible to have these radiator pipes run under the bath as apposed to under the floorboars to allow for easy access?
Last problem is moving the existing waste for the toilet over by say 1/2 to 1ft, I have been told these pipes are stuck together with solvent? Is this an issue? Existing waste for what used to be the sink that connect to the main internal soil pipe need to be capped off (as will the existing waste for the bath, if we decide to go outside with the waste).
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