How to Install a Shower Drain?


What you do want to do when you install a shower drain is to make sure you have a tight connection. One tool that you will be using on this job is the dependable screwdriver.
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i just did a shower a few months back. the answer is you want your drain to be about a 1/16 of an inch below the surface of the tile But you will find that the drains are adjustable
Answer I can be but the toilet needs to have 24" infront of it to be legal. Plus you cannot tie your shower drain in the the horizontal branch of the toilet.
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