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Basement Bathroom #2: Progress report

Blog entry by BeachedBones posted 03-07-2009 11:00 PM 4183 reads 0 times favorited 3 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Here’s some progress pictures. Hopefully I can get the photos to work.

Here’s where I started, with lovely flower tiles, holes in the wall, rusted tub, poor electrical, vinyl over sticky tile flooring, etc etc etc.

Around here I was just about done all the demolition work, and went about repairing and replacing the plumbing. Now the hot water line actually goes to the Hot side of the (new) mixing valve. Novel concept eh?

New sub-floor, two layers of 3/4 ply, cement board, construction adhesive and a sh*tload of deck screws should keep the floor stable enough.

Next came the jetted tub, it went in surprisingly easy.
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Cement board and roughed in relaxation seat behind the tub.

Putting in a slate floor over electric radiant heat grid.



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mmh

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posted 03-08-2009 11:27 PM

It’s coming along nicely. You started with a lot nicer looking bath than I had. My fiberglass shower stall had a metal roof that was rusty and grimey. A Bat Heaven.

-- "They who dream by day are cognizant of many things which escape those who dream only by night." ~ Edgar Allan Poe

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posted 03-08-2009 11:33 PM

I just can’t understand why you would get rid of that looooooovely tile on that bath surround. What must be going through your mind, oh my…

;)

-- Planting Daylilies in Kentucky, zone 6b

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Todd Thomas

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posted 03-09-2009 12:26 PM

looks like you have a good handle on it….looks nice….good job

-- Todd- Oak Ridge, TN

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