Fleetwood, PA Master Bathroom Remodel

July 20, 2011
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Starting this project next week.

Here are a few before pictures.


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    CookeCarpentryabout 8 years ago

    Good eye, I just noticed the seat up. Haha.

    Scheduled for 3-4 weeks depending on what headaches lie underneath the floor.

    The only significant change is the removal of the wall to the right of the shower. That will become a glass panel. All new fixtures, tile, etc. Some nice burnished cherry vanity cabinets and matching tub deck apron.

    I'll post more pics when we get started.

    I also have a fellow CT'er helping me out for part of this....maybe he will be kind enough to chime in at the appropriate time.

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    CookeCarpentryabout 8 years ago

    Posted by: DaVinciRemodel

    Cooke: before pics always have the seat up - toilet paper almost empty - a plunger near by - and a hair drier sitting on the edge of the tub! None of those things are ever in the After :-)

    Good luck my friend!

    Of course they are in the befores. If you didn't have all those things wrong, why would you need a bathroom remodel done?

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    angus242about 8 years ago

    I hope the after pics have the seat down LOL!

    Looking forward to the finished product. How long is it scheduled for?

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    DaVinciRemodelabout 8 years ago

    Cooke: before pics always have the seat up - toilet paper almost empty - a plunger near by - and a hair drier sitting on the edge of the tub! None of those things are ever in the After :-)

    Good luck my friend!

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    icreateabout 8 years ago

    Looks like a fun tile project.
    Good Luck.

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