Relocating heat ducts in ceiling to gain ceiling height?
We have a basement bathroom (original to the house) where heat ducts are located in the ceiling of the bathroom. This makes the ceiling height extremely low there--we're talking 6 ft. There is a shower in that bathroom (again original to the house, built in 1977) that basically only a child could take a shower in because the ceiling is so low. A few contractors said it's probably not even up to code. Is it a huge job to relocate heat ducts somewhere else so we could increase the ceiling height and actually have a usable bathroom/shower down there? We only have one other bathroom in the house, so we don't want to lose this one. Thanks for any advice!