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Old 05-07-2005, 03:35 PM   #21
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Old 05-07-2005, 04:09 PM   #22
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Don't forget the asbestos and lead paint threats if you decide to demo. Have to check first and then there is the disposal, this can add $$$$.
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That would be reason enough not to demo right there.
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What is more expensive the job or the call back...it's a very old home..that means (no Doubt) mold is there...demo is the way to go...let them know...the most important thing is safety...green rock is the way to go...and if you tell them about the safety issue...price won't matter...home depot/lowes carrys a self testing kit for toxic mold (you don't even have to plunge into the exsisting walls)...start there before any quote...this maybe a remodel you don't want to tackle...after the green light...work to make that bathroom last another hundered years...
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some tubs have small lips on them and have no room for an additional 5/8" of drywall

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