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Had bathroom renovated about 10 yrs ago, small room had window covered up by putting an enclosed tub in, at that time I was told I could not put an enclosed tub that had a cut out for a window. Big mistake by closing off window I now want it back. This room needs an update done with new vanity and window back. If possible would like to keep excisting tub.
Hello. My mother is looking into having some partial bathroom repair/renovation work done in her condo unit in Niagara Falls, but likely in two phases. The first phase would involve removing the existing shower in the ensuite bathroom, shoring up and repairing the floor and area of the old shower, and installing a pre-fab shower unit, or possibly a pre-made base and constructing walls from glassblock materials (looking for some recommendations on a good yet economical solution to that). This work would remove her exisiting problem with water leaking from that existing shower.
Phase two would be basically, replacing two toilets with comfort height units, replace or rework two vanities, replace two sinks, replace two taps, remove large plate mirrors from walls, & minor drywall repairs.
Please provide some advice as to how best to proceed and provide a quotation for completing this work.
I bought a house that recently had a bathroom renovation - but I've got an issue in my shower where some of the tiles near the back wall are lower than the tiles closer to the drain. This is causing water to pool there instead of going towards the drain. The shower is about 5x3 in size.
Can you help me correct this issue?
1. regular size bathtub and wall directly over bathtub is rotting and needs to be replaced along with shower head and battery and than new tiles need to be put over wall size about 30inch width and 40 inch high
2. separate project that maybe combined depending on the price is fitting and assemble of new whirpool bathtub and removal of old bathtub - this can be done of course when wall is removed and this project is not a necessity but may consider it depending on the price.
project no. 1 is a must!
-Older house, about 50-60 years old
-3 piece very small guest bathroom (5' x 6' 8')
-Galvanized steel pipe that needs to be replaced
-All fixtures are located along the left wall, so only the left wall has piping
-There is a window 2'8' above tub, the window is 2'7" x1'11'
- the tub is 4'10' x2'5', with no shower head
- Hoping to replace tub with corner or tiled shower or at least a tub with a shower head
-Toilet and sink can be replaced too because hoping to add some storage
-Pretty open minded about options because of the space
The house is a 50 yr old 1 1/2 storey with two bedrooms upstairs. What we would like to do is build a two piece bathroom between the two bedrooms where there is currently a closet. There is no plumbing upstairs. The bathroom on the main floor is not underneath where we want to put this one. The kitchen plumbing is underneath. There is an attic crawl space above the kitchen that runs along the whole front of the house which would be behind where we would like the bathroom. So we need someone to do the plumbing work (bringing it upstairs), including installing the toilet and sink, lay down the floor, some drywall work to finish the room (removing the existing door and installing a door from the hallway). We are also looking for someone to build a closet in the one bedroom to replace the one used for the bathroom.
My husband and I are looking to have our kitchen and upstairs bathroom renovated. We will have the cabinet company and the counter top company do those installations, however would be looking for a contractor to do the rest (floor tile, back splash tile, electrical, trim ect). The kitchen is approximately 11 x 11 but we have an attached /eat in dining room that would also need to be tiled (I can provide these dimensions). It is likely we would do the majority of the demo.
We would like to gut and replace all fixtures in the bathroom, it is a four piece with a tub and shower in one. Not terribly large. We'd like to change the door to a pocket door, which would have to go into my son's closet (hoping this is possible). Floor plan of the space wouldn't likely change but we'd like to have double sinks. No tile on the walls, but tile shower surround. Ceiling will need to be replaced, chipping paint and mold spots.
I've attached photos of both spaces (the tub in opposite to the toilet). These two spaces are our first priority as we will have to live with family as these are completed. The second portion can be done with us moved back in.
Secondarily, we would like to finish a room in our basement as a play room, frame walls, drywall, flooring ect. We live in a raised bungalow and have 8 foot ceilings, block foundation. We would also like to add a 4 piece bathroom down there, there is no rough in for this. I can give dimensions for play space later to help with the quote.
4.5x4 toilet and sink, want interior extension into basement storage for a shower, definitely enough space for it.
I know the mrs doesn't want a stall shower, and I've got some leftover tile, so was thinking extend the walls a few feet, put up those tiles, do a glass door, and put in a teak floor.
Got a plumber set, so it's just the extension and the shower itself.
What are your guys thoughts?
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