Bathroom minimum width

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Posted by: from Paris
1/3/2016 at 2:46:26 PM

We want to put a shower, toilet, sink and stackable laundry set into a room 46" by 14 feet. Is this allowable to meet codes? I read that 5 feet is minimum, but where our door is to the existing room, it would make it awkward with a jut out in the wall, or we would have to move a door.

Thank you for any help.

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Laith (Leo) from The A Team Renovation in Brampton
Date/Time1/3/2016 at 9:36:23 PM

Hi Diane,

Could you please post the drawing (plan) with the daimantions for this room ?



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Date/Time1/4/2016 at 12:17:19 PM

Diane, As Leo mentioned, more info would be appreciated. If you could show where the door is and where all other items are planned to be installed, that would be very helpfull.

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Dave from 360renos in Navan
Date/Time1/9/2016 at 7:51:25 AM

Hi Leo,

Although American this info will help you out with your space.


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