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Tools that make bathroom renovation EASIER and Faster!

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by Jeff Patterson in DIY Bathroom Remodel
Simple Tools

Having the RIGHT tools make all the difference.

Today’s third video in our training series shares the *KEY* tools.

These are the ones you should know about…

…WHY?

Because they make your renovation easier, faster and less overwhelming.

Steve and I have “discovered” these tools over the last 10+ years of rehabbing.

You won’t see some of these in books…even Bob Vila would be impressed.

I’m excited to get started!!!

 

Bathroom Renovation Tools

Before we start:

This is not a COMPREHENSIVE list of tools.

I probably should have mentioned that at the beginning of the video.

These are the tools you either don’t know about or may gloss over.

Yet we feel strongly you should learn about them and why they’r so darn important.

Watch the video for all the juicy details

 

 

What’s Next

What was your favorite tool?

Tell us down in the comments.

And remember,

Check your inbox in a few days for our invitation.

We’re super excited to help you with more training!!

Jeff Patterson

 

 

 

9 Comments
  1. Boris says:

    Great to know what kind of tools to use for each job.” I cannot do plumbing job because I don’t have right tools and don’t know how to use them”– not anymore! Sorry but I have one question not related to this video: How should look tile “sandwich” on concrete wall? Shower like one behind you. One short wall is concrete basement wall. How should look each step before tiling?Leave air space, moisture protection, cement board, waterproof coat, mortar and tile?

    1. This is a great question Boris, could you send me some pictures…[email protected].

      That way Steve and I can assess your situation and give you some suggestions 😉

      Thanks for asking this!!

  2. Bob Troman says:

    Excellent video, why do most of my mistakes happen when I run out of energy? lol

    1. It’s always the last project of the day, right!

      At least that’s my experience, feel your pain Bob 😉

  3. dan says:

    Jeff, what can you use to tighten Oatley plastic shower drains. 2″ key type. Except this drain seal is sealing the 2″ sump out. Like a shower drain that has 2″ coming out the top and to the joists. Some kind of spanner? Yes I could also use it for shower drain removal too. The sump is sealed/radon tube is sealed also. Any suggestions?

    1. Hmmm, I’d have to see some pictures Dan. Feel free to send them, my email is [email protected]

  4. Dan Moss says:

    Razorback makes a fantastic tool for installing standard shower drains. Years ago we would just make our own.

    1. Thanks Dan for the great tool recommendation. I checked out the Razorback drain tool and it does look awesome…gets great Amazon reviews, too 😉

  5. Bob Underood says:

    What kind of stand does Steve use for his laser? It looks like it can be used to adjust the laser from very low up to the ceiling. You guys have excellent videos.

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