It’s supposed to be a wall hung toilet but the bowl is actually resting on the floor and a homeowner is debating what to do. The contractor claims that the tile placed over radiant floor heating resulted in a higher than expected floor, leaving less space between the floor and the bowl. They will redo the work but the homeowners would need to pay for the tile costs. Will the homeowners regret not taking care of the problem now?
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