One of the best things about DIY is that by tackling projects yourself, you can typically save a lot of money as opposed to calling in a contractor. Of course, sometimes you need a professional to finish the job, but if you can manage something on your own, you’ll definitely […]
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One of the greatest things about DIY projects in your homes is that rooms are a blank canvas. Sure, there are some practical considerations to keep in mind, such as budget, skill, time, etc., but when faced with redoing a room, you can let your imagination run wild–and the results, […]
If you’re planning a bathroom renovation, start your project by creating a plumbing diagram. This valuable map will ensure your fixtures and plumbing will be in the right place, especially in relation to your home’s existing water supply. You’ll need a measuring tape, paper, pencils, a notepad and a chalk-line. […]
The most difficult and potentially dangerous part of renovating a bathroom is removing the old tub. A built-in cast-iron tub can create the most problems. Ebuild.com recommends you leave a demo like this to the pros, but if you do decide to take a sledgehammer to the tub, hit the […]
Time Thief, a renovation houseblog of a 1940′s Prairie Village, Kansas tract home, has chronicled their bathroom renovation in a few informative entries with great photos. This should be inspiration enough to dive into your own bathroom remodel and maybe you’ll find something else besides razor blades behind the walls. […]