Adding a shower in existing bathroom on a slab


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Old 05-14-06, 10:38 AM
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Adding a shower in existing bathroom on a slab

The bathroom is sitting on a concrete slab on my first floor theres a toilet thats directly across from stack that drops into the slab from upstairs. So the toilet drain line crosses the path of where the shower could go in one of the corners. In the other corner there are no pipes in the slab. The pipes in the slab are cast iron, the pipes in the wall are pvc. The bathroom is 7x6.

I was wondering if anyone knew a rough cost for having a plumber come in and cut the slab, pipe the new drain in, and install the corner shower. I just would like to know a rough cost before I start calling contractors for quotes. If a rough cost is way to high for me I'm not even going to waste there time getting quotes and I will scrape the idea.


Thanks,

Roy
 
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Old 05-15-06, 07:52 AM
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Costs are local. There is no way that someone on the web can guess. You need someone local to look at what needs to be done and give you an estimate, get more than one. Sorry.
 
 

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