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    Plumbing Contractor C NUMB's Avatar
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    This is our master bath I remodeled. The home was built and completed in 1987. We were the first owners of this home and have been remodeling every room since, the master bath was the last room to finish.It took us 2 years to figure out what to do with the space. The bathroom is only 4'8" wide by 8'2" long and it had to stay that way due to AC chases and bearing walls, the master bedroom and bath is the 3rd floor of our home. The job took me close to 2 weeks to tear apart and complete, the etched door took another 3 weeks to get completed and installed. Here are some pictures:

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    Last edited by Terry; 06-15-2009 at 11:07 AM.
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    I looked at your pictures and you really did a great job.

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    Mad props. Some sweet fixtures too. That wallmount sink/trim is spiffy.
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    Thats a great job!!

    Skylights really change a bathroom
    They add a lot of light & make it feel roomier
    I added one to each bathroom on the 2nd floor
    Now the only issue may be that the new additon has a door to the roof
    Makes it very easy to access the roof w/skylights
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    I have enough to do to my own house

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    Okay,
    You can start on my bathroom next.

    Nice job.

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    Thanks for the compliments.

    Now my wife is looking at the other bath that we remodeled 10 years ago, guess I know whats next.
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    WOW

    Only after 10 years? You must have more time than I do.

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    Great job, love the tile work.
    You should be commenting when people ask about in-wall toilets.
    How do you find yours?
    Is it very quiet?
    Was it difficult to install?
    Last edited by Peanut9199; 06-26-2009 at 01:41 PM.

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