Plumbing is an essential step in installing a new toilet in the bathroom. While there are many reasons why you want to get a new toilet installed, what matters here is the fact that plumbing is something that you can never skip.
The own waste outlet of the toilet is the start of any toilet waste system while the soil stack is the main pipe. The stack is a vertical pipe with a length of 3 to 4 inches. This pipe drops into the sewer and this is connected to a pipe measuring 2 inches rising through the roof to offer venting.
Three basic fittings are required for connecting the new toilet to the existing stack. The first fitting holds down and seals the toilet. The second one directs the flow of water to the stack while the third one is what ties the new toilet to the stack.
Here are the steps to do plumbing for a toilet: