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Jeanne Carr (FL)
I am interested in remodeling my master bathroom to include Multi-function. Shower fixtures, including a large rainhead shower, multiple directional spray heads, a handheld shower fixture and a thermostat.
My question is can I use these types s and f fixtures with a gas water after heater?
My second question is I am also interested in a free standing bathtub. I currently have a builtin jetted bathtub with faucets and a drain on the left end of the existing bathtub.
I have not found many options for a freestanding bathtubs with drains at the left end of the bathtub.
Can I utilize a bathtub with a center drain using some type of flexible hose instead?
Thank you for your responses.
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