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Question DetailsAsked on 8/18/2017

Our small upstairs room (above kitchen) not near bathroom.How difficult to run plumbing for toilet sink tub.Price?

We have sink, toilet, soak tub, fixtures. Need estimate on initial plumbing installation (sewage pipe, etc).

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Depends an AWFUL lot on the location of pipes in the house and distance of pipes and drain stack and relative elevations, and the amount of drywall or panelling or whatever that needs to be repaired and repainted after the pipes are run - and particularly whether the floor is conventional wood framing or concrete (which usually increases the price substantially).

Here are some previous sim,ilar questions (though not exactly same situation) which might give you a ballpark - but you need to get bids. Unless you are doing a lot of this DIY, you might consider a Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath contractor rather than a plumber if you want him to do the bathroom remodel and wall/ceiling repairs as well as the plumbing.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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