it depends if there is a person in front of you that is taller than u then the floor is not good but if your taller than floor seats are good.
Both? Depends on the way you look at it, really.
In all AC/DC concerts after about 1982, Angus spins on the floor.
Rollin in the freakin floor dancing actually it was rotfl not rotffl and rotfl mean roll on the floor laughing
Floor flange, cast iron ,brass with floor flange bolts (brass) wax gasket and make sure the line is vented
A floor brass lamp can be purchased at stores that sell home furnishings such as Bed Bath and Beyond. One great store would be Pure One Imports which sells many unique items and would definitely have a floor lamp made of brass.
With a deep floor flange Or a wax seal with a horn and extra long Brass floor flange bolts
Floor brass lamps provides a homely atmosphere to any room it is used. While smaller lamps are efficient, floor brass lamps provide a wider range of illumination, and these lamps are more efficient at lighting rooms than other lamps.
any of the above. Brass usually for decorative fixtures, steel or plated screws for utility, usually round head countersunk & Phillips
a minimum of $330.00
The Home Depot has a large variety of floor brass lamps. They range of pricing depends on the height of the lamp, the number of parts on the lamp, as well as how large the lamp is. You can also buy a different lamp shade for the floor lamp as well.
You can probably find one at Lamps Plus or Home Depot. If you want a truly classic antique brass floor lamp, check your local antique stores. You may be able to negotiate a lower price from the dealer.
Either raise the floor or un-solder the flange and lower it
Yes. The art deco style is a very eclectic mix of vintage and modern. It relies heavily on contrasting geographic shapes. If you picked out a modern lamp shade for the floor lamp, it would fit very well with the antique look of the brass.
On a B17 bomber the spent shell casings (brass) fell on the floor. Everything was scarce and rationed during WWII so I assume the brass was reused.
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