Complete Bathroom Remodel

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    Emptying Room
    More 1/4" drywall added overtop existing drywall to "smooth" out problems attempting to "mask" over problems.
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    Emptying Room
    This was condition of bathroom after someone had attempted to lay 1/4" drywall overtop of existing drywall to hide the mess.
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    Emptying Room
    After removing objects around bathroom, the tub and enclosure was stained and messy.
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    Original Bathroom.
    Condition of bathroom prior to teardown. Bathtub, sink, and toilet were nonfunctional in this foreclosure home.
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    Tear Down
    After emptying bathroom and revealing a rotting subfloor, it was soon discovered that the floor joists were also rotting.
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    Rebuld Stage
    As anticipated, the joists were rotting through and new sister joists and replacement joists were added to rebuild the flooring structure.
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    Rebuild Stage
    Not only were new joists added, but the cast iron toilet flange was removed and a modern PVC flange added to facilitate toilet maintenance.
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    Finishing
    The stained, messy bathtub was acid washed and cleaned up, and the tub/shower valve rebuilt.
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    New Additions
    A new toilet and vanity were added, after moisture resistant flooring added. Thick floor paper protects the new floor until the crew finalizes the job.
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    Final Touches
    A mirror which matches the vanity is added, as well as switch cover plates.