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Location: East York, Gerrard & Coxwell
House: narrow, semi-detached, between 90 and 100 years old. Main floor has been renovated.
Room: small second floor bathroom, very narrow (roughly 9' x4') with a chunk missing to accommodate a chimney and main drain stack in the back right corner. There is a window on the back wall that would need replacing.
We have stripped the room to the studs but have not touched the plumbing or electrical (beyond taking out the toilet, sink and bathtub). The previous owner had done a very poor job of renovating it, including putting a full-sized bathtub in the centre of the room.
The plan: We would like to have the back half of the room as a shower, with the toilet and sink along the right side wall in front. This would mean the walk-in area is on the left. We will be using fairly basic materials, but would like tile for the walls and floor of the shower, as well as the bathroom floor.
-This plan would involve moving the toilet out from its original location (in the far back right of the room), meaning its drain pipe would have to bypass two floor joists. Our neighbour attached to us has this exact design (only opposite) so it looks like the issue was dealt with there. Not sure how.
-There is currently no extractor fan, so it would be required as well.
-There is no heat register in this room so it gets cold. We were thinking perhaps a small baseboard heater.
-there are cast iron pipes coming to/from the basement
1. Remove existing ceiling, walls, and floor tiles and adjacent linen closet.
2. Relocate plumbing for vanity and sink to opposite wall keeping same toilet and bathtub footprint
3. Install new toilet, vanity, sink, and bathtub
4. Install new exhaust fan and lighting fixture(s)
5. Install tiles for bathtub surround and flooring
6. Supply and install drywall on walls/ceiling as required; tape/mud and primed only
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