add subfloor in basement bathroom

james_007May 5, 2012

I am thinking about adding insulation and subfloor on the basement bathroom floor like other rooms, which will rise the floor level about 2". Do I have to break concrete floor to redo the riser? Can I use the attached flange to avoid modifying riser?

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lazypup

NO..those flanges are intended to be pushed down tight on the end of the pipe.

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