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moving kitchen sink across a concrete floor

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  • moving kitchen sink across a concrete floor

    i want to move my kitchen sink from an internal wall, across the kitchen to an external wall. its an extended kitchen, with a concrete floor. whats the best way to go about it? half the ceiling is under the bathroom, the part where im moving it to is a flat roof. any help appreciated.

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    Re: moving kitchen sink across a concrete floor


    I'd draw a plan of your existing water inlets/outlets so you can find the nearest source from which to draw water from, then of course you need to plan the waste pipes but on an outside wall depending on your drains should be reasonably easy