Basement bathroom stubbed out. Now what?
New poster here. Hi there.
I'm currently in the design phase of a project to finish my basement. Currently it's just got a few stud walls up and a bathroom area with stubbed out PVC piping showing.
The stairs are next to the bathroom area and under the stairs is a circle on the floor approx 2' dia, that I *think* might be a cover for a sump, but then again it might just be a circle where someone sat a large lid in the wet concrete on accident during construction.
My first questions are: If there IS a sump under there, what am I likely to see under that lid? Just a hole? Will one of the PVC pipes be connected to it?
Do the locations of the stubbed out PVC pipes define where the shower, toilet, and sink need to be located? How much freedom for location of fixtures is there usually in a stubbed out bathroom like this?
I can post pictures if necessary.