How Do I Reroute My Bathroom Plumbing?

How do I reroute my bathroom plumbing? While a new or re-wired plumbing system may be in order, you can still reroute your current system to suit your needs. Here’s how.

How do I reroute my bathroom plumbing

Flush valve- the valve that controls the flow of water from the tank (or the toilet) to the flushing of the toilet. The water flows from the toilet tank and flows through the old tank to the flushing of the toilet. There are two types of toilets: the standard and the dual flush.

Drainpipe- the pipe that drains the water from the tank. It is connected to the drain pipe. You will use this if you wish to route the bathroom plumbing into a different location.

Fixture- the fixture is attached to the drainpipe and used to maintain a steady supply of water in the sink or shower area. Plumbing fixtures include faucets, washers, tub and shower stalls, water heaters, showers, basins, sinks, and tubs.

Toilet- The toilet is a self-contained unit used for flushing. It consists of a tank or reservoir for holding water, and a water shut off valve. In addition, it contains a number of spray nozzles which spray water onto the toilet bowl when flushed.

Shutoff valve- the valve, or valve system, that closes the valve housing to allow the valve to flow. It is located close to the toilet bowl. You need to determine whether the toilet is a single or double bowl toilet. Single bowl toilets do not have a valve that allows the flow of water.

Double bowl toilet- a toilet with two separate bowls or a single bowl toilet. The bathroom is likely to require more than one fixture because there are usually a drainpipe, a spray nozzle, and a bowl, and it is the case in the former case. The drainpipe is the pipe that drains the water from the bowl or sink area back to the tank or toilet.

Spray nozzle- the nozzle is attached to the pipe that brings water to the toilet bowl. It allows the spray water onto the toilet bowl when flushed. The spray nozzle may also be attached to the wall to provide light on the toilet.

Sprinkler- a device which sprays water in a spray pattern to help clean up any built up messes after flushing. It is very useful in the bathroom but can also be found in other areas such as a kitchen. This device is designed to clean up any build up.

The fixture- a fixture is a piece of equipment or material that is fitted to a part of an appliance, like a sink or a shower stall. This piece is usually a vessel that has a hinged door that opens. This is what is referred to as a flush, and this piece of equipment allows you to turn on and off the fixture without having to open the door of the fixture.

Toilet- The toilet is a self-contained unit used for flushing. It consists of a tank or reservoir for holding water, and a water shut off valve. In addition, it contains a number of spray nozzles which spray water onto the toilet bowl when flushed.

Toilet- The toilet is a self-contained unit used for flushing. It consists of a tank or reservoir for holding water, and a water shut off valve. In addition, it contains a number of spray nozzles which spray water onto the toilet bowl when flushed.