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Verulam

Weight of a bath The recent correspondence on baths (July and September, 1994) has evidently generated wide interest, perhaps because a sudden wet and naked descent from bathroom to basement is particularly unpleasant to contemplate. Mr A. J. H. Davison warns of the dangers of giving generalised answers to specific problems: Might I venture to suggest that James Birdwood, in his response to the query raised by Morris Hill regarding the ability of a timber floor to support a fully loaded bath, would be less flippant if he were to look under any already installed bath and take note of the notched joists, anything up to one-third of their depth, to allow for the installation of pipes to serve the taps and waste. Verulam