How to Install a Urinal?

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To install a urinal you will need to measure where you are going to put it to get the right measurements. Also draw an outline around the urinal and allow enough height for whoever will be using it. Next find the pipes that will feed the water and waste out of the urinal. Shut the water off and saw holes where the water feed is and the sewer is. Check out this site for more detailed instructions. www.ehow.com
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Installing a urinal you will need a few tools. You will need safety glasses, tape measure, adjustable wrench, screwdriver, pencil, level, sealant tape and cutting equipment.
You will need to mount it on the wall about 24' off the ground. The rim height must be determined before you can put the pipe into place. You can find more info at: www.keidel.com
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