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Bathroom Renovation - A Step by Step Guide

Bathrooms are some of the smallest rooms in the house and they are also certainly the most expensive for renovate. Bathroom renovation can be a job that, if done well, may add value with a home as well as a great space packed with design and lightweight.
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Bathroom design
Bathroom design will be the first area of your bathroom renovation you ought to get right. Just replacing the present bathroom with the same design is probably not enough. The key to great bathroom design would be to design it using the people who are likely to put it to use at heart. However make sure that a bath room design boasts a general use factor at the same time.

For example: If you were designing a bathroom for families you might still design the bathroom with comfortable access for the shower and bath. This would be sure that the design would recieve treatment if you have limited mobility. This means if you choose to sell your property or if you happen to be renovating for profit your design carries a wider market appeal. Great bathroom design also uses the space well, looking at the light or window space, size of fittings, and drainage options. Draw out a strategy to scale and all the way down the sizes of your respective room. Mark the current drainage points and then and water inlet points. Write down a wish set of the toilet fittings to need and wish using sizes. Now marry the two together and discover what fits. Note: Most bathroom drainage and water inlet points could be moved but this certainly does come at extra expense.
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Bathroom remodel
If you have decided to accomplish the task yourself or part of the task it is time to hire a skip bin and retrieve that old bathroom. If your own home was made pre 1980 maybe you have fibro bathroom wall linings with asbestos within it and great care must be taken. You will need some full body disposable overalls, eye protection, and quality dust mask. Check with the local building authority or council in connection with regulation on bathroom asbestos wall lining removal.
Remove everything except the plumbing. If you keep the toilet plumbing in place you will not must turn the river off for your house. Also you will need to jack hammer the floor tiles up as well as the sand and cement bed actually laid on.
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Bathroom Renovation and construction
Bathrooms must be construction properly from the ground up to ensure that the finished job is correct and true. This also ensures the style and search of the restroom will have a fantastic finish
The Bathroom Renovation Process

Install water and drainage pipe and electrical wires.

Install wall lining and ceiling and then install the tub hob and bath.

Waterproof the ground and shower and bath recess.

Correct nov the floor with sand and cement ready for tiling.

Lay floor and wall tiles and after that grout.

Install new bathroom vanity, fittings, and taps - install new electrical.
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Paint ceiling and final  one - Plumbing and electrical
At now all new plumbing is installed for clean cold and warm water and drainage. Careful attention needs to be taken when positioning the new plumbing in order that the plumbing fittings are correct if the tiling is finished. For example: To centre a fitting in the shower recess you should take into consideration the thickness of the wall board, tile glue and tile therefore the fitting will likely be centred following your tiles are available. The same pertains to installing drainage pipes to get a toilet; the wall lining and tile thickness has to be taken into account so the pipe is within the correct position if the toilet is installed after tiling. Also rough inside the any new electrical wires without connecting them towards the mains power.
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Step two - Install wall and ceiling linings
Install your 6mm wall lining being careful to nail the fibro board every 150mm without nailing into the modern pipes and electrical wires. The best way is to measure and mark the pipe and wire layout onto your new wall board which has a pencil as you go. Screw up (or nail) the ceiling lining, plasterboard may be the most common. However if you're laying your tiles from floor to ceiling tend not to install the cornice because this is done after tiling. If you might be not tiling towards the ceiling go ahead and install the cornice as soon as the wallboard and ceiling lining have been installed. Also if your bath just isn't freestanding you can now from the frame and install the bathtub. Ensure the bath is installed correctly permitting the thickness in the tiles and  sure to check all linings and pipes when you continue with your bathroom renovation.

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Step three - Waterproof your bathroom
Waterproof a bath room floor, shower recess, and around the tub. When waterproofing a floor be sure that the waterproofing comes 100mm up the walls. The shower recess should be waterproofed 100mm higher than the shower rose outlet. Also the bath ought to be waterproofed 100mm higher than the lip from the bath around and to the floor. At the doorway use a 25 x 25mm aluminum angle glued into place with quality silicone and waterproof into the lip. Your whole bathroom should now the tanked, therefore the all water is only going to go lower a drain. Bathroom waterproofing tip: waterproofing is a simple job but quality and accuracy is most crucial.
Step four - Lay inside the cement screed for a floor.

Before the bottom tiles can laid a floor should be smooth and fairly flat having a slight fall for the drainage outlet. To do this you must use sand and cement mix in fact it is best to add a waterproofing agent into this as well. With a level, set the ground level in the doorway. Use the top aluminum angle because the finished floor level and measure along the thickness with the tile plus 10mm for the glue. Mark around the lavatory with a level then screed inside your sand and cement mix with a 1 to 3 degree fall for the top in the drain outlet. Take your time and obtain it right while using finished level as smooth as is possible. When the sand cement mix has set but just isn't dry (you are able to walk into it however, you it is still a little soft) rub it over having a house brick. This will remove all the small highs and lows and appearance which has a level as you go. Let the lavatory floor fully dry then you really should have a great surface to tile onto. Tip: the harder work you put into a floor screed the more your tiling will be.
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Step five: Tile floor and walls
Lay your tiles on the bottom first then grout. Then lay your wall tiles making sure that they're level while you lay. Once the restroom tiles are already cut and laid, grout all of your tiles then buff the tiles clean.
Step six: Install plumbing fitting and fixtures
Install your entire plumbing fittings and taps. Also fit all of your towel rails and soap holders. Fit your bathroom vanity ensuring it really is level and sealed around the top with silicone plus seal around the bathtub. Tip: make sure they have been in the right place before you drill into your tiles.
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Step seven: painting, and cleaning - enjoy
Paint your ceiling and execute a final clean ensuring things are all fitted correctly which there isn't any leaks within your plumbing. - Enjoy your new bathroom.