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Old 04-19-2009, 08:27 PM   #31
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The plumbing is done here are some pics.
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Old 04-20-2009, 10:31 AM   #32
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Wow... please keep the updates coming.. I just caught up on all the posts and and very impressed, and if you don't mind.. as I am in the middle of a bathroom project (recovering now from down to the studs as well) that is considerably easy compared to yours... I will make myself feel better by looking at your pictures You're a beast!
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Wow... please keep the updates coming.. I just caught up on all the posts and and very impressed, and if you don't mind.. as I am in the middle of a bathroom project (recovering now from down to the studs as well) that is considerably easy compared to yours... I will make myself feel better by looking at your pictures You're a beast!

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here are some pics of the subfloor.
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Old 04-24-2009, 12:25 AM   #34
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I know nothing of plumbing, but it looks like it's coming along nicely
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I am about to embark on this journey myself and I have an old house as well. Thank you so much for sharing.
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Old 05-03-2009, 08:26 PM   #36
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Today I framed and insulated the outside wall.
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Hello everyone; here are some pics of the progress. Opinions,comments welcome.Thxz
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Old 05-18-2009, 03:21 PM   #39
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Maybe an idiot question, but remind me the material on the walls? Looks "greener" than the green board I've seen, and CBU I've seen isn't green...
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I admire your hard work but damn is it painful to see that beautiful old tile floor and all those great fixtures get retired... I'd kill for one of those tubs, buying stuff that's made like that now costs thousands and thousands of dollars.
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I admire your hard work but damn is it painful to see that beautiful old tile floor and all those great fixtures get retired... I'd kill for one of those tubs, buying stuff that's made like that now costs thousands and thousands of dollars.
I agree with you, but unfortunally everything was so badly damadge that it came apart while I was removeing it. The supply lines were cast iron and were rusted and came apart in my hands they were also leaking water. I found some newspaper clippings dating back to 1927 so I think that was the year the bathroom was build and everything was original. Now everything that is going in is new and up to code and will last for a long time. Thank you for looking, some more pics of the progress are coming keep looking.
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I agree with you, but unfortunally everything was so badly damadge that it came apart while I was removeing it. The supply lines were cast iron and were rusted and came apart in my hands they were also leaking water. I found some newspaper clippings dating back to 1927 so I think that was the year the bathroom was build and everything was original. Now everything that is going in is new and up to code and will last for a long time. Thank you for looking, some more pics of the progress are coming keep looking.
that reminds me, i need to remember to leave some bits of newspaper from this summer inside the walls.

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