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Old January 15th, 2010, 10:54 AM   #41
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In all honesty, there's a huge range of pricing in doing ceramic work, and good people will cost good money. One guy will slap down tile over subfloor and thinset, one guy will get out a dial indicator and check the floor deflection when someone stands on it and build a new subfloor. Think they charge the same?
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Old January 15th, 2010, 10:55 AM   #42
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Right now i have a 4 piece tub and surround. I think it should come out easy with a saw. I have access to the plumbing not only from the basement but form the access panel on the opposing wall. I'm going to run a new line back to my box with a gfi for the pump. I need to replace the valve and i have all copper pipe. The tub drain will need to be moved 4 inches to accommodate the drain kit with the tub. Having full access from the basement i cant see how this would be hard. I have not existing tile to tear up on the floor. Its carpet right now. I want to tile around my vanity so that would not require being pulled out. I can finish the dry wall and replace the trim after the project is done.
Yeah, the tub/plumbing will be relatively easy. Take it as a learning activity and do the tile work yourself.
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Old January 15th, 2010, 04:43 PM   #43
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Right now i have a 4 piece tub and surround. I think it should come out easy with a saw. I have access to the plumbing not only from the basement but form the access panel on the opposing wall. I'm going to run a new line back to my box with a gfi for the pump. I need to replace the valve and i have all copper pipe. The tub drain will need to be moved 4 inches to accommodate the drain kit with the tub. Having full access from the basement i cant see how this would be hard. I have not existing tile to tear up on the floor. Its carpet right now. I want to tile around my vanity so that would not require being pulled out. I can finish the dry wall and replace the trim after the project is done.

pm ME WITH A PHONE NUMBER AND I COULD AT LEAST HELP.. SOUNDS EASY CHEESE..
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Old January 15th, 2010, 07:02 PM   #44
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No shit, I thought we would be ok being off the grid (well/septic) but we still had one the other day..
ZOMG!

Is everybody okay!!?
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