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    Re: Step up to bathroom

    Funny though, I said org it was 6" but when I actually measured the step it is only 3". Coincidence? If the joists ran parallel to the tub, and the drain had to cross 12' of joists diagnally could...
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    Re: Step up to bathroom

    I checked it out. I only need three inches for the entire slope. Short of a borascope or someone who has encountered this before I am still stumped.
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    Re: Step up to bathroom

    No this bathroom is the only one in the main living space.I forgot to consider slope. Thanks. That might be it. Does anyone know the rise/run for bathroom drains?
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    Re: Step up to bathroom

    Thanks,

    We considered that at first. However, this house was part of a housing addition in a well established pre-existing community and this design is unique to this neighborhood. I believe it...
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    Patching Plaster

    Approx the bottom half of a 5 x 12 palster wall has to be repaired/replaced. The thickness between the lathe and the top coat ranges from just a hair under 1/4" to a hair over 3/8". A recent patch...
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    Step up to bathroom

    I have an A frame 1925 cottage style house in Illinois. Our main bath design and fixtures upstairs are probably original to the house. There is Chicago style white tile for the floor. The problem is...
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