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    Question Changing Laundry

    In my narrow laundry, have the tub and washing machine next to each other. To remove the washing machine I would have to lift the washing machine up over the 2nd toilet. Not practical positioning, especially if I want to get a front loader which I couldn't open because of the loo. Have thought of changing the positions of the tub and machine. As there are already hot and cold fittings on the wall for the machine just how big a job would that be for a plumber?

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    More than likely not too bad. It will depend on the waste point for the tub and what type of construction the floor is.
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    Thanks wonderplumb. The laundry is on the first floor (split level place) so it isn't concrete underneath the tiles.

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