I lied by accident.
In my tutorial on how to remove a bathroom floor I said we were keeping the bathtub.
But it turns out that was a BAD idea.
So today’s project shows you how to remove a bathtub.
You’ll see why this was necessary and get a sneak peak at the new tub.
Which btw Steve installed in one day.
Tub removal isn’t all that bad.
Although I did have some funny moments and palm to face incidents!!
I paid my handyman $600 to fix a 4 x 4 foot section of ceiling.
That was 9 years ago.
Don’t get me wrong, my handyman is awesome.
But sometimes money is tight, REAL tight.
And paying $600 or more isn’t doable.
So I learned how to fix drywall myself.
Today you’ll see how to fix drywall ceilings and do it relatively fast.
These are empowering skills…PLUS there’s an amazing giveaway (I’m super excited about this one!!). KEEP READING
If there’s ever a time to freak out it’s during a water leak.
They lead to damaged drywall, mold, etc etc.
Nasty stuff can happen as a result.
Shut off valves can help prevent this from happening.
I’m currently remodeling a bathroom in one of my rentals.
The shower needed a shut off valve, so…
Today you’ll learn how to install a water shut off valve in a shower or tub.
You’ll also save about $100-$125 by not calling a someone else to do this for you!!
Let’s do it. KEEP READING
Learning how to install a new door lock is important.
Especially if you value your home.
Here’s the deal though, keys get lost.
Whether it’s your kid, husband or tenants…keys ALWAYS get lost.
I recently fell in love with Kwikset’s Kevo smart lock.
You’ll see why in today’s tutorial.
Oh, and there’s a pretty sweet surprise in the video.
Don’t miss out 🙂
Tile will make your bathroom beautiful.
It depends on how you use it.
Our tiling tips will make your bathroom faster to renovate and easier to clean.
I promise you’ll learn at least one idea you can use today.
Let’s start KEEP READING