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Bathtub Replacement

Posted by Mike from Homeworks on June 18th, 1998 08:33 PM
In reply to Removing old bathtub by Kevin Wehlage on June 18th, 1998 04:11 PM [Go to top of thread]

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Dear Kevin,
Anybody can replace a bathtub; but can they do it right. Assuming your you have some experience in demolition, carpentry, plumbing, tile it no big deal. The big deal is to remove the old tub. Trying all methods, breaking it up with a sledgehammer is still the fastest. But plan on breaking a sweat. First things first if you feel confident about remodeling your bathroom start with a good plan. 2nd is this your only bathroom. An average bathroom will take about two weeks, longer if you are considering changing fixture locations. That two weeks is by a professional. Hope I did'nt scare you. Any other questions e-mail me back, be glad to help. Mike

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