Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated February 4, 2022)
If you say that it is time to install a toilet, many people are going to start running for the hills. The reason for this is because people believe that this is something so difficult and complicated that no one but an experienced plumber is going to be able to do. Luckily, such people couldn't be more wrong. Anyone, and I mean anyone, can accomplish this task, as long as they have confidence in themselves, and proper instructions. As always, prior to beginning, you need to gather a few items.
You are going to need to gather these items:
After you have gathered all of these different items, you are ready to begin the task of installing your new toilet. As the name implies, we are going to be installing a toilet, so you should have already removed your old toilet. If you have not already done so, then there is little that you can do to install your new one. Once you are truly ready meaning you have gathered all your materials and removed the old toilet, you can proceed to the first step.
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