Installing a Beday, is it hard and/or expensive?

Old 07-11-05, 01:15 PM
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Installing a bidet, is it hard and/or expensive?

I was going to put a bidet in my mom's double-wide but it's a lease, not a full ownership so I don't want to sink a bunch of money into this when it's not a property she owns. Can these be installed easily and removed easily? If so, are there certain bidet for trailers and certain ones for traditional houses?

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No. A bidet can be installed just about anywhere, but the plumbing is made specific and you cannot set one where a toilet once was.

All a bidet is a sink shaped like a toilet with a sprayer below the flood level rim.

It does have the proper backflow device to protect human life, don't expect to get the value out of the bidet in a trailer if you decide to sell it down the road.

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