How to Install a Toilet on a Concrete Floor?

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To install a toilet on a concrete floor the contractor will need to have a screw that will go into concrete. Then a mount will have to be set in place. The toilet will then be installed onto the mount.
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1. Acclimatize the flooring material by storing the cartons in the basement away from heating and air-conditioning ducts for at least 72 hours prior to installation. 2. Remove all
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Installing a Toilet on a Concrete Floor
The first thing that needs to be done when installing a toilet on concrete is to make sure that the place you intend to install the toilet has the necessary pipes. There must be a 3-inch diameter drainage pipe rising up from the concrete, as well as a... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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