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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 2220 Circular

Instructions and Help about Can Form 2220 Circular

Hi, I'm Shannon from Host Improvements. If you're doing a floor tiling project, particularly in the bathroom, you may encounter the challenge of cutting a tile around a toilet flange in the floor. In this video, we will address this specific topic. Let's imagine we have a sample floor with a toilet flange here. The location of your flange may vary, but for the purpose of this demonstration, let's assume it is in the middle of a single tile. Cutting the tile will require us to create a hole for the flange in the center. To begin, I need to find the center point of the flange. By measuring off the tile, I find that it is about 5 and 1/8 inches. Considering the grout lines, which are approximately 3/16 inches, going roughly 5 inches will suffice to locate the center point. I mark the tile at 5 inches. Now, I need to determine the distance from the existing tile row to find the center point in that direction. I align my measurement tool with the edge of the tile and find that it is 6 and 1/2 inches. This measurement indicates the center of my flange. To ensure I avoid turning the tile, I mark an arrow on it to indicate the direction I want it to face away from me. Depending on your situation, there are a couple of different scenarios for the toilet flange. In most cases, I prefer to have the flange disconnected from below so that it can be easily removed. However, your flange may already be fastened to the floor and inaccessible. In that case, you would need to cut your tile to fit the outside of the flange. Make sure to measure the flange, considering its dimensions, and add some extra space to...