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Old 05-20-2013, 09:27 AM   #1
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I'm in the middle of a kitchen remodel now and starting on the bath next. I am doing a good bit of this myself (with a buddy) and it being the first time I'm doing this, it is getting a little mind boggling.

So, I was wondering if there is a sample schedule of what task should be done before the next for both the kitchen and the bath? For example:

1. demolition
...
10. install cabinets
11. install appliances
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Might be a good idea to let us in on what you mean by "remodeling" the kitchen.
Complete gut, new cabinets and floor, wiring and plumbing?

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The kitchen and bath are both complete guts.

For the bath, I am converting a 1/2 bath to a full by adding a shower stall.
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For the bath, I am converting a 1/2 bath to a full by adding a shower stall.
That's called a 3/4 bath in my area. To be a full, it must have a tub.
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That's called a 3/4 bath in my area. To be a full, it must have a tub.
Sure, 3/4 bath it is. What sort of schedule would you follow for that?
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This may be a little too generalized for you.
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Definitely plug inspections in as critical path milestones.
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1) demoliton
2) framing/ strucural repairs
3) plumbing rough in
4) electrical rough in
4) ductwork
5) insulation
6) drywall and taping
7 ) stage one of trim (window trim, doors)
8 ) painters prime and 1st coat of finish pain
9) flooring
10) cabinets and fixtures installed
) plumbing, electrical finishing, missing trim
11) final inspection
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One thing I do when planning and executing a home remodel project is use a calendar, like Google Calendar, to lay out a schedule. Ours has all our appointments and what-not, so I can schedule tasks around our home life. It has made such projects easy to track (for me) and my wife knows what to expect when.
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woodworkbykirk and zakany, Thanks for the tip! Any idea what should be in the schedule for baths?

Willie T, Yes it is a little general but it does have e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g. in it

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