If you are considering adding another bathroom to your home but wonder if you have space, consider a wet room. These, properly laid out, can take up very little space. The absence of a shower cubicle opens up the small area providing ample space This not only gives you the added convenience of another bathroom, it will also increase the value of your home. Homes that have bedrooms that are en-suite are always preferred and thus normally command higher prices when put up for sale.
The floor and baseboards had been rotting away near the bathtub. The layers of linoleum by the tub had gone soft and discolored and the sub flooring underneath was soft. When the kids would take a bath water would actually go right through to the basement. My husband will always hang a wall frame too high. Thanks for this diy presentation. I know some these I can use right now.
I was lured in by the price. $50 is a steal for a nice paint job. Our camper was down to bare metal in several spots along the top and estimates from local auto paint shops were for more than what we had paid for the camper! Trim would help in this area where some wood could use replacing. You can also see the outlet for the old water tank we’ve never used. Vintage water. Yech.
Price Quote guarantee that promises to beat any offer of comparable quality A lifetime warranty on both parts and labor that protects your investment Regular post-project inspections from our skilled handymen as part of our Anniversary Inspection program Affordable financing available from a variety of sources for qualified homeowners. Door swings generally take up a big area. It is going to eat at least 20 % area of the location if you install these swings in your small bathroom. So it is advisable that you skip them. Plan, plan, and plan again. Planning is critical because once the process starts it becomes difficult or costly when making changes.
I find a $350 basic tub works just as well as at $3,000 tub. Avoid jetted tubs. They are expensive. They require additional electrical and permits, and to be honest, no one uses them. They just end up growing mildew in the pipes. Even many builders are now cutting them out. The old mirror was re-silvered and the old, original hardware refurbished, and the floor was touched up and buffed to remove any signs of wear or damage form the remodeling.