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Tile and drywall repair behind toliet

Posted by AmandaJuel88 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 8, 13 at 17:26

We are repairing the drywall behind our toilet because to damage and also we are going to add a tile backsplash.

What is the easiest and professional-like way to do this with the water supply being on that wall?

The hole is cut, as well as the replacement sheetrock.. but do I keep the pipes the same or cut and sauder to make room for the additional tile?

ANY advice is wanted :)

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RE: Tile and drywall repair behind toliet

It depends on how long of a stub you have coming out of the wall. Obviously it needs to be long enough to accept the shut off for the toilet.

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