Bathroom Remodeling

Diy Smaller Bathroom Intestine





diycrew #hrvdiy #renovision Find out the secrets and techniques for eradicating the fixtures ,walls and even a damaged tub drain. Observe these steps to minimize the scope of get the job done …

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  1. I'm Demoing my bathroom and the tile may be asbestos.
    How do I know for sure?

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  2. I always use needle nose pliers for the strainer basket

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  3. Did you test for asbestos???

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  4. I work in a paint shop an i never put a mask on and i can say euh i didnt remember what i was to say but good vids…

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  5. I have the green bag, and am about to rip everything out! Watching your videos to get the courage. Just replaced the entire whole house drain system (57 year old house) with ABS, and now onto replacing everything in the bathroom, taking it down to the sub floor, and replacing a few sub floor boards. Oh, and with the two new rain barrels on the way, I need to install a PVC line through the outside wall, and over to the toilet (flushing with rain water). PEX might be a better choice considering they are smaller, and possibly of higher quality? Not at that stage yet, but will be within the week.

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  6. If you couldn’t get the drain out, one trick I use at work is loading two hole saws on to the same Chuck. One that fits inside the drain and a larger one to cut the flange.

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  7. Correction: The guy or girl who put this in… 😉

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  8. Thank you, this youtube channel is a great resource.

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  9. Have to use a truck to haul crap away, don't want the county to see it and check for permits😁

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  10. Great tips on removing fixtures that may be locked in place due to years of mineral build up.

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  11. Awesome video with great instructions

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  12. When all else fails, I use heat on to loosen the drain. I also, when possible, at about 4" to 6" I
    cut a 45-degree piece out of the lower corner opposite the plumbing wall. Then I can lift the tub up and out (by myself).

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  13. can you cut the tub in half?

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  14. So how much would that renovation cost if I paid someone to do it? $2000? $5000?

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  15. Thank you. Man you gotta see a doctor. Breathing that deeply

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  16. Thanks for all the different tips on getting the drain out.

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  17. grunt supercut?

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  18. When you started using the reciprocating saw to cut the wall it made me think "what's behind that cut line? A stud? Wiring? Plumbing?" Seems you were careful to cut at an angle so the blade didn't penetrate too far. Your thoughts?

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  19. That was foolish to remove the mask. Lung damage is a cumulative matter and there is no sense in hastening that potential.

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  20. I have a bathroom I am planning to renovate.
    EVERY wall has tile covering it.
    Would it be easier to remove the tiles or just remove the wall board and start fresh?

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  21. Jeff thank you for these series of Vids… Very informative and you make it look very doable for the home DIYer…!

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