Either on the left or right, 26 inches off the floor and 8 to 12 inches forward from the front of the toilet bowl. Reference: http://www.ehow.com/info_8027723_proper-placement-toilet-paper-holder.html
The standard position for a toilet paper holder - should be 8-12 inches in front of the toilet and 26 inches (centerline) above the floor.
Believe they can be placed just along side one another. By code, the height is 12 inches above floor.
on the floor on the floor
Depends on the toilet being purchased, but generally 12 inches from the wall to the center of the toilet flange for a residential toilet.
should be on floor.
24 to 30 inches off the floor
The toilet flange sits on the floor and connects the toilet to the drain. It should connect to both.
Sure. Either way. The wax ring seals the toilet to the closet flange so it doesn't really matter that much. The important part is that the toilet be mounted firmly to the floor so that it doesn't move. That would cause the wax ring to fail then the toilet would leak around the flange.
The standard placement is 20 - 24 inches from the floor up to the center of the TP holder. New toilet configuration these days my be several inches higher than the old standard toilet. If you have a newer toilet, adjust accordingly.
They are usually about 24-26 inches high
Unless it is a very strange arrangement, turning off the toilet on the first floor should only shut off the water to that toilet. It should have no effect on the upstairs shower.
Remove the toilet from the floor, locate the broken tip, and replace the toilet. Don't forget the new wax ring.
the average height of a toilet is flush with the floor. you dont raise a toilet off the floor.
Assuming you have a standard toilet now, it will bolt on the same way in the same position. ADA are just taller floor to seat. Most toilets are 12 inches from the back wall to the center of the drain. Older ones, before 1940 or so were 14 inches and I have come across a few odd ones that are 9 inches.
They should stand atleast 7 inches from floor to shoulder, at limit, they should stand 15 inches from floor to shoulder
Depends on whether you already purchased it and whether other parts are needed. If you have the toilet, a Kant leak, a wax seal,FLEXIBLE toilet supply, and the (nuts,bolts and washers) for screwing the toilet to the floor flange, plumber should not charge more than one hour of his rate to install it. Make sure the plumber does NOT silicone around the toilet. If there is a leak from the wax seal under the toilet and it is siliconed, the water stays under the toilet and rots the floor, if you are on a wood floor.
Heating vents should be placed near or on the floor in a room because heat travels up not down.
Cut around the toilet with a razor blade knife. There isn't any under the toilet, you should be able to remove what is left on the floor after you take the toilet up.
most place the holder - depending on the room available next to the toilet bowl itself between 24 and 30 inches from the floor level
If the toilet is sitting solid on the floor, you don't need to. I would use latex instead of silicone because if you should ever have to pull the toilet, it would be much easier. One reason not to seal it down would be if the wax ring should ever fail. You could have a lot of damage to the floor before you noticed the leak.
hard wood floor because its easy to move :D
If the extisting drain is lead pipe it can be moved about an inch and the use a offset brass floor flange and lead wipe it in place that will give you the 3" you want
17" from floor to top of toilet bowl.