If you are moving a toilet, you will need to shut off the water supply to the toilet, disconnect the water supply line, and disconnect the drain line. Then, you can lift the toilet and carry it to the new location. Once you have the toilet in place, you can reconnect the water supply line and the drain line.
How To Move A Toilet Over
If you are moving a toilet, the process is actually quite simple. The most important part is to make sure that you have enough space in your new home to move the toilet and that you have a clear path to get it there. The first step is to disconnect the water supply to the toilet. Once the water is off, flush the toilet to get rid of any remaining water. Next, use a screwdriver to remove the screws that hold the toilet bowl in place. Lift
-Tape measure -Pipe wrench -Channel locks -Adjustable wrench -Pry bar -Hammer -Screwdriver – Utility knife – Chisel – Sawzall or reciprocating saw
- Measure the dimensions of your new toilet and make sure it will fit in the allotted space
- Determine if you will need to purchase a new flange and/or toilet seat
- Decide which wall the toilet
-Check if the toilet can be moved. Some toilets are bolted to the floor and cannot be moved. -If the toilet can be moved, identify what is blocking it from being moved. There may be a cabinet or vanity that needs to be removed or pushed out of the way. -Get help moving the toilet. It will be much easier with two people. -Lift the toilet and carry it to its new location. Be careful not to drop it.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Difficult Is It To Relocate A Toilet?
It isn’t difficult to relocate a toilet, but it can be messy and time-consuming.
Is It Expensive To Move A Toilet?
It can be expensive to move a toilet, depending on what needs to be done. If the toilet needs to be disconnected and reconnected, or moved through a wall or door, that can be expensive.
How Do You Move A Toilet Over A Few Inches?
This is not a question.
Taking Everything Into Account
a hardwood floor If you are moving a toilet over a hardwood floor, you will need to use some type of padding to protect the flooring. You can use towels, blankets, or newspaper.