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Old 11-25-2008, 09:16 PM   #1
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Hi, I'm a newbie at DIY


Hi all,
I just bought my house (a slightly fixer-upper) at the age of 27. I hope to be able to sell it in three years after I get marry and move up to a brick home. In the mean while I tried to do the best I could updating my home.

I have tried to replaced bathroom faucets which was easy. But something like changing out tub/shower faucets seem to be much more work like ripping out the wall to replace the valves.

I'm trying to get rid of three tub&shower faucets which I posted in the "Off-topic" forum here.

I hope to learn much from the members here.

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Old 11-27-2008, 06:53 AM   #2
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Hi, I'm a newbie at DIY


welcome.Your first posting good.
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Hi all,
I just bought my house (a slightly fixer-upper) at the age of 27. I hope to be able to sell it in three years after I get marry and move up to a brick home. In the mean while I tried to do the best I could updating my home.

I have tried to replaced bathroom faucets which was easy. But something like changing out tub/shower faucets seem to be much more work like ripping out the wall to replace the valves.

I'm trying to get rid of three tub&shower faucets which I posted in the "Off-topic" forum here.

I hope to learn much from the members here.

--
Chau Nguyen

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