Planning to remodel the washroom

I want to remodel my washroom, but it’s going to be a huge project, then the current washroom is far too small. There’s no storage, and I’m not thrilled with the arrangement of the various fixtures! I would love to knock out the wall to a close in order to engiant the washroom. This would also require relocating the water heater, since our water furnace is downright ancient, every one of us should definitely update it anyway… However, a brand modern water furnace isn’t cheap and will significantly add to the cost of the remodel, but my plan includes moving the sink to the opposite side of the room. This would deliver more room for a bigger vanity. The toilet can remain where it is, but I’d care about to turn it to face a weird direction. One of the largest complications is removing the bathtub. The tub was already installed when every one of us bought the home. I would bid that it was originally bought sometime in the 1960’s. It is a undoubtedly large, severely heavy cast iron model, and extracting the tub from the washroom, hauling it through the modern home and disposing of it will be a major undertaking; While my wife and I are both quite handy at renovation projects, I don’t know we’re up to the task of gutting the washroom. There is just too much involved. We’re going to need to update all of the seasoned pipes, drains and faucets. I know the cost of hiring a professional plumber will be astronomical! Just the price of the plumbing fixtures is huge. I’ve been saving my money to prepare.
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