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Old 12-04-2012, 10:56 AM   #1
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I bought a 1940 Cape Cod house that was foreclosed about 5 years ago.

I never fully documented the reno, but I do have a few photos that my wife took.

Here is the before:




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In progress:








one sheet of drywall is backwards


My first tile job

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How it looks today




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Rehabilitate - restore to a former capacity. You've gone well above that and you have every right to be proud. Congratulations to your wife too. Bet her whip arm is sore.
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Wow it looks great! Definitely can be a daunting task when a house sits for 5 years. Well done!
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Looks great, big change!

What did you do for the window sill in the shower?
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Hate to ask but is the cement board over the lip of the tub? Its hard to tell from the pics. The plastic behind the board ( if you put any) should end past the lip and the board goes up to the lip. I'll find a pic.....

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Here is a pic to show what im talking about.....
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