Have you struggled hanging drywall ceilings by yourself?
It can be a real chore and painful.
But there are some tricks and tips that make it a WHOLE LOT EASIER.
Today you’ll learn how hang drywall ceilings by yourself and without killing your back.
Furthermore you’ll see how to perfectly cut around a bathroom fan.
This tutorial was done in a small bathroom but you can copy a lot of the tips for other parts of your home.
There’s also a pretty awesome power tool giveaway. Don’t miss out 🙂
Are you afraid to solder copper pipes?
If you’ve never soldered before it can be intimidating. Plus you can easily catch your house on fire – never a good thing.
Today you’ll learn how to install PEX pipe. This is a general overview that’ll share quick tips and get you familiar with PEX.
Which by the way comes in pretty handy when your wife tells you the kitchen ceiling is leaking water.
I promise that you’ll be able to fix any leaky pipe in your house after you read and watch today’s tutorial.
So let’s dive in and save you money!
Here’s my promise:
Today you’ll learn how to install a bathtub and make it solid as a rock.
The reason for this tutorial is simple. Initially I thought I was keeping the bathtub in my rental home.
But I decided that was a TERRIBLE idea. So Steve came over to help me put in an acrylic tub.
If you don’t know Steve, he’s my buddy who remodels bathrooms here in Pittsburgh. And when he does anything he does it the right way.
So if you’re doing a bathroom remodel and a new bathtub installation you’ll love this tutorial.
I’m super EXCITED to share this with you. It’s step-by-step and has a ton of tips that you won’t see in any books 🙂 KEEP READING
Roxul insulation was my #1 choice for our master bathroom remodel. I’ll explain why.
It’s made of Basalt rock and recycled slag. If you don’t know, slag is a by-product of steel production. I live in Pittsburgh, so it’s kinda second nature to know about slag.
Little side note: I was a geology major in college for about 1 year…then switched to chemistry. So I geek out on cool things that make your home a better place to live.
Today you’ll see why I chose Roxul for our wonky 100 year old bathroom remodel.
Plus I’ve got a surprise at the end of my video. Who doesn’t love good surprises? KEEP READING
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!!