Kitchen Remodeling

Transforming A Lavatory Part 2 [ Rough framing and plumbing ]





Enjoy Component 3 in the Lavatory Transform Series: Study the whole post right here:

Carpenter and builder Rob Robillard from provides information on toilet remodeling. This video clip is aspect 2 of a various element video clip sequence becoming filmed as we remodel a lavatory. This episode discounts with framing and tough plumbing.

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14 comments

  1. I don't trust Sharkbites even temporarily. I always just solder caps on the ends of the pipes.

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  2. I see you used both copper and PEX and on the PEX use said you used Sharkbite fittings but I thought I saw PEX with the clamps, not sure. I am wondering why you used both cooper and PEX why not just PEX and why and which PEX fitting is best the ring or clamp?

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  4. 2:18 Don't you drain by opening at the lowest point in the dwelling? You said "highest"

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  5. Why are these videos so short? Is there something I'm missing? Are the full length videos on the guys website or something?

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  6. Can you go over checking the framing for flatness ? Im thinking about using schluter kerdi board system in my bathroom . Thanks

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  7. Was there leakage from the shower you installed 23 years ago? That sub flooring and  framing in the corner looks discolored. I don't think plastic water supply lines would fly in California, hundreds of homes had been retro fitted with copper due to it's flexible failure.

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  8. Super-smart idea on how to get around the exterior wall shower plumbing!  I learned something today.

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  9. Thx Rob

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  10. nicework

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  11. The video is in mono – sorry something happened and I'm trying to figure it out

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  12. my right ear really loved this video. 🙁

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  13. That's gonna be a great bathroom when it's done. The client should be thrilled!

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  14. How To Remodel A Bathroom:  Part 2 of our bathroom remodeling series

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