Bathroom Remodeling

Toilet Renovation #1 – Demolition & Rip Out





Sponsored by Abacus loos, this is the very first episode of our new toilet renovation series. Over the course of this video clip collection, we will exhibit you how to …

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  1. 5:38
    That’s why you should never wear gloves. πŸ€·πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸ˜¬πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘πŸ»

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  2. Love your attention to the debris under the floorboords and the respect given to the original builders. Top man Roger.

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  3. It's terrible to witness this waste of perfectly good stuff in the name of fashion. You could sell or give away the "old" suite for re-use. Many people are crying out for a bathroom of this quality. You can give away things like this through your local Freecycle site (just Google it) or sell on E.bay, Gumtree, etc. It would be great if everyone can try hard to get old fittings re-used and help to slow the destruction of our planet whilst helping others less fortunate or making yourself a few quid. Thanks for another informative video.

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  4. this guy could be the best plumber in the world!

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  5. Hi Roger.
    Just wondered what size are your Knipex Cobra's 125mm or 150mm
    What do you recommend ?
    I have the 250mm and they are a great quality plier so I was looking for a smaller pair for tight spaces.

    Enjoy watching yours and Robin's videos, very intuitive.
    Thank you.

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  6. 12:17 – I also can not leave rubbish under floorboards. But … Renovating century or more old central European house I found all sorts of rubbish under the floorboards. So I had to clean up both my rubbish and 100+ year old rubbish. Which was very annoying. Different historical cultures about tidiness between the UK and other places apparently.

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  7. Hi What on earth is going on behind that plasterboard, there are some old tiles and lathe and plaster below and above with a gap between?.

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  8. Roger, when you mentioned selling the bathroom I thought good man!!…such a shame it couldn't be re-cycled. More landfill I'm afraid : (

    Top quality videos as always; I have really enjoyed your Capel Build… what a project!

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  9. Rog ..you need to wear knee pads …I'm same age as you and a plumber my knees are knackered

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  10. (K)nipex πŸ™‚

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  11. How do you hire yourself absolutely love your workmanship

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  12. Re the hot water in the cistern, we did a refurb job in Hull a couple of years ago and every time we flushed the cistern, the combi kicked in! Have a guess!

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  13. I think at the end of the job, it's a lot easier to look the customer in the eye knowing you've thoroughly cleaned up.
    There's a reason why you have so many views on your videos, great stuff.
    Do you mind telling me the make of the reciporating saw your using.
    John

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  14. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ The bishop bathroom story πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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  15. At 7:00 Is that saw cutting the tilesβ€½

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  16. Too bad the Bishop did not drop a log you'd need a chainsaw to get through then!

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  17. Hot water is hooked to a toilet to prevent condensation from steam hitting the tank and running down to eventually rot the floor out.

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  18. What a phenomenal resource this channel truly is!

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  19. Really impressed with your hatred for leaving rubbish under the floor, very good personal morals and respect. That is a true trades person!

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  20. @3 mins you missed the perfect punchline 'that's my idea of selling this on ebay down the toilet, (:

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  21. its just pride in ones work clean where you work I think its good practice the times ive been looked at funny for hovering an area clean

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  22. Why not wear gloves.

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  23. That's one of my pet hates as well – only scum bag tradesmen leave crap under the floors.

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