I'm starting to do renovations on my laundry, toilet & 2 bathrooms.
Relocating and shifting the water inlets is quite simple as I'll be taking down internal walls (re tiling the whole bathroom floor & walls) - thus a plumber can do this once I pull the walls down.
My concern is around the relocation of the waste pipes (40 -50mm) given I am on a concrete slab.
- Shower waste will stay as is
- Bathtub will be relocated (thus waste pipe needs to be moved)
- Vanity will be floating vanity & relocated
My understanding is I will need to cut the slab to re plumb the waste pipes, however I'm hoping I can cut a linear line from the new waste outlet on an angle of more than 12.5degrees (for fall), into the existing waste pipes (Yes I'll get a plumber to do the actual plumbing work), however I'd like to know whats involved.
Photos below for reference (Green Circles are proposed waste outlets, Blue Circles are existing waste pipes)
It might be better to imbed the images in your post as not everyone can access Photobucket. If you edit your post, then click the Insert image button on the text editor you should be able to add them to your post.
Hope all is well. Just wondering how your project is progressing? Let us know if you need a hand with anything, and we look forward to seeing some progress shots of your renovation.