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Remove extra large tub (60" plus), retaining adjacent tiled shelf. Place shower in corner, which will accommodate up to 44x44" good quality shower with glass (acrylic?) doors, leaving space between shower and tiled shelf. House was built in 1986, bathtub included but almost never used.
Online estimates only for a start.
We want to renovate and upgrade master en-suite bathroom in 8-year old house, which currently has a carpet floor, a standard corner shower, single sink and toilet., and a linen closet that projects into the room. We want to remove the linen closet, install a larger, fancier shower with modern hardware, add a second sink in a remodelled vanity, tile the floor and shower surround. and replace lighting There does not seem to be any need to re-locate any of the fixtures (apart from adding the second sink). The toilet is likely fine as is.
My Wife and I recently bought a townhome, and have since noticed that our tub surround was not installed and/or sealed properly.
Due to this we have a drip on the outside of the house underneath the bathroom and are concerned. We are hoping to get a quote for a fairly reasonable quote, and are hoping for a speedy project at the same time. (We just wish for anything that needs repairs to be done, and would prefer the less expensive options while still keeping our house structurally sound.)
The bathroom is fairly clean, but the surround would need replacing. We are in the brown townhomes (eagle heights) on Howard Ave.
(It does appear that previous owner was aware as one of the spots that is dripping has a circle of chalk around it, however it was not mentioned when selling, nor by our home inspector.)
Thank You for any quotes you might be able to give us.
T he house is 102 years old. There is a wonderful old clawfoot tub, but a makeshift shower has been added to it and it is a real mess. There is not enough room in the exisiting bathroom for a separate shower so I need some advice on how or who to contact to install a proper shower over the tub that isin't so ugly.
The hot and cold water pipes come up from the basement to behind the tub and they are okay. It is the
connection from the pipes to the taps and the water spout that is a mess. The pipe that runs to the shower head is a real mess and very unattractive. Need some advice please.
My husband and I are looking to replace our current tub with a soaker. I have a tub in mind and we have picked out the tile border we like but are open to other ideas as well. Current tub would need to be removed, as well as the plastic surround panels. I would like the drywall on the ceiling and above the surround removed as well and cement board put in, waterproofed and tiled. We only have one bathroom so would like it done as quickly as possible. We have a week free around the middle of April when we would like the work performed as one or both of us can be around. If you think you would be interested, please let me know and if possible provide a quote with a breakdown of costs as we may decide to do some of the easier work ourselves. Ie. demo, tiling.
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