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Old 07-19-2013, 09:10 AM   #16
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Old 07-19-2013, 10:52 AM   #17
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Looking good, I always have respect for people who do all there own work.
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hmm I like the tiles which you used on the walls and also on the floor.. because its a prefect match with that colored light. Thanks for sharing your project, its a good looking bathroom. can you tell me how much spend for this toilet?

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Update, Plumbing installed. 3/4 pex with shark bite fittings . Washer and dryer hooked up. Tile floor installed. Next sheet rock and insulation.
Then paint.
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Great looking bath so far. We have a big walk in shower as well,
comes in handy for lots of stuff besides showering.

Looking forward to seeing more!
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cedar shingles going up. Soffit complete , ready for green hunter paint and cedar stain for the cedar shingles.. Hey cedar shingles take time to put on..
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More cedar shingles going on ,plus new deck to run off the existing deck.
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Great progress! I was just wondering why you put in the toilet and laundry before finishing the walls.
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Great progress! I was just wondering why you put in the toilet and laundry before finishing the walls.
I am always in a rush. No reason really I have to much work to finish the walls until winter time..
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hmm I like the tiles which you used on the walls and also on the floor.. because its a prefect match with that colored light. Thanks for sharing your project, its a good looking bathroom. can you tell me how much spend for this toilet?

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Toilet was about 200.00

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