Contractors don’t usually offer courses, but the professional from SRW Contracting in the video does. He even describes how to DIY. He shows us how bathroom remodeling contractors remodel bathrooms.
Remove everything down to studs. Turn off the water at the main.
Remove the venting.
Tip: Cap all the water lines, including the valves you’ve removed, to prevent leaks.
After ensuring the pipes are solid, do the drain assembly on the tub first. Put the P-trap in. Assemble the vanity and toilet plumbing.
Tip: Fill and drain the tub to check for leaks.
Now is the time to add outlets and amp up the power, according to new plans, so dryers, curlers, and more can be used efficiently.
Tip: Add a GFCI receptacle for smooth operations.
This is when you put down your vapor barrier and hang the drywall. Waterproof the tub and shower. Seal everything else against leaks. Now you can paint the walls, tile the floor, install the shower door, the toilet, and vanity, lighting, and mirrors. Replace the vent.
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