Bathroom Remodeling

How to Change A Bathtub (Stage By Action)





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In this movie, you can study how to exchange and install a new bathtub in your rest room.

You’ll discover how to remove an outdated bathtub, how to pick a new bathtub, and how to set up a new alcove bathtub. You can also find out all about bathtub plumbing.

1st, I will present you specifically how to clear away your old bathtub and disconnect the drain and plumbing.

Then, I am going to exhibit you how to stage the flooring and prep the floor for a new bathtub so you have a stage and flat area to support the tub.

Then, I’ll exhibit you how to build the bathtub drain assembly and connect it to the tub.

And lastly, you may study precisely how to install the tub, hook up the plumbing, seal the drain with silicone drain sealant, and secure the tub with the wall with bathtub screws.

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32 comments

  1. My aunt has all the materials to do this but I’m afraid to ruin her house. She also has a hole in her shower to make things worse. I been watching these videos for awhile now trying to work up the confidence to help her out. This video game me that. I’m late to the show but thanks for this video. I’m gonna do this over the holidays. WISH ME LUCK. 🤞

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  2. step by step my ass what about the water turn off and cutting into the pipes fuckn prick

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  3. This type of job will definitely give you a sense of completion.
    … I'm hiring a plumber

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  4. Good job sir

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  5. Why the FK would anyone give this terrific, free, and helpful video 229 thumbs-down? That's just stupid. Grow up. Thanks, Dan. Great video.

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  6. Ecelent video thank you

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  7. 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

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  8. How long do I must remove my tuiles to remove the tub , that's rely what I need to now

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  9. Silicon omg ,what that f this guy is doing

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  10. Third you have to put cement underneath bathtub, over time will crack ,its plastic no suffision support underneath

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  11. No support for bathtub on they side of window,you have to make support underneath lip of bathtub so lip will not go down ,front dont need to bathtub go all they way down

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  12. Let me see how you will do that with castaine bathtub

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  13. Nice Job

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  14. They sell plumbers puddy for drain connection…. never used caulking

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  15. What is the black base on the bottom of the tub?

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  16. thanks

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  17. There is also a Center Drain.

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  18. You didn't need t do any of this, the tub you took out was a match for the new one, you use plumbers putty not caulk in those areas, that tub could have been done in an 8th of the time it took you!

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  19. What's that mask all about ?🤔

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  20. This is a great video.
    I've gutted and renovated 5 houses over 15 years. I owned a lived in all of them. I've done my share of bathroom rebuilds. I would typically hire a plumber, or someone skilled in plumbing, for big plumbing jobs. And I shied away from tubs, because the plumbing is buried, hidden, and leaks can be insidious.
    This video has given me confidence to tackle, solo, my first bathtub replacement. Fortunately I can access from below.

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  21. 4:50 is where the BS talking stops. After that, he tells you how to proceed with the installation.

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  22. Very professional well said and demonstrated. Thank you from Oahu, Hawaii Aloha!

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  23. I keep seeing installers putting silicone when installing the drain fitting? Is that mandatory? I thought the gasket was enough. Will I be able to open that after? Is that the same silicone as used in showers or in the kitchen at the back-splash?

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  24. Pretty cool but didn't show much of venting

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  25. Great video, well done, straight forward. No wasted time. Usually in DIY, I have to watch 10 minutes of fumble before the presentation.

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  26. I would give 3 years before this silicone start to leak…..

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  27. well done my friend! that was the best video in every way! I appreciate the effort

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  28. thank you this video helped me a lot…

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  29. Awesome video👏🏿. Had all the info I needed. My installation went smoothly. Thanks for the help man 👍🏿👍🏿

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  30. Same goes for a mobile/manufacturing home?

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  31. Bro, thank you do much. Best video I've seen on tub installations and you answered just about all my questions. Only one that I have is if a mortar bed is recommended. I see that you didn't use one so I don't think it is but just making sure I do it right the first time. The tub I'm using is acrylic. Keep up the great work and please keep the videos coming.

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  32. where can i contact you, i want to contract you to replace my bathtub, man……………… i'm in toronto!

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