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We bought a house in April of 2018. We knew it needed a little work, but it was a great deal. One problem was it had plumbing issues in the older side of the house. All the pipes would need replacing very soon.
In 2019, one of those old pipes began to leak and caused a great deal of water damage in the upstairs bathroom.
In this post I will share the progress that we have made on this bathroom project. The main workers in this project were Brenden and Rebekah, but Josh, Zach, and Davey also did a lot of gopher work, and Jeremiah did the painting.
Here is a picture of what the bathroom looked like when we bought the house in April 2018.
These are pictures after the pipes burst and the water damaged the upstairs floor and main floor ceiling including the stairwell.
We decided to rearrange this bathroom to put in a large tub.
Here are pictures of everything riped out that was ruined and the whole Brenden made to replace all the pipes.
After riping everything out and redoing the pipes, they laid new tile flooring.
Then they placed the toilet, tub, and sink. Which required building some walls for the tub.
Then they added tile around tube for a shower, and PVC trim around the window, and added window covering so no one can see inside the bathroom.
They have a few more small details to finish like lighting, mirror, cabinet, and trim, but it is almost done.
I will add the rest of the photos when we finish this project. Also, I can’t find the photos of the floor riped out, so I will add them if I find them.
Written by Katie
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