We’ve been scouring magazines, blogs and websites for about two YEARS for inspiration for our new master bath.
The showerhead is threaded at the top, so that it screws onto the shower arm. To remove the showerhead, simply unscrew it, turning counter-clockwise. There is no need to shut off water to the house as a whole, or to turn off shut-offs to the shower’s water supply (if they exist). As long as the water in the shower is turned off, you’re in the clear.
But here’s the rub. Assuming everything goes reasonably well and the contractor is done in five days and the contractor is only making a profit on the labor, then the gross profit on this job to the business is only $468. Most contractors don’t want to take this much risk and effort to only make that little. Remember, they still have to pay for gas, insurance, administration and all the other things that come with running a business. So many will balk if approached with this lean and efficient project proposal.
We’ve assembled a list of tips that tell you how to avoid (or correct) ten of the most common home decorating mistakes. This article is not about creating the perfect magazine-worthy home décor or intimidating you with designer jargon and time (and/or money) consuming tasks. Our aim is to present easy DIY decorating fixes with the basic information needed to implement them.
What can I say? I warned ya. The heating/air vent that we discovered upon ripping out the vanity was completely closed off by the bottom of the vanity. So for thirty years it was blowing air up onto the underside of the vanity. Couple that with a leaky sink and the moisture from the shower and you’ve got a recipe for disaster…and mold. Ew. But enough about that.