Thinking to remodel the bathroom

I want to remodel my bathroom, however it’s going to be a pressing project! The current bathroom is far too small.

There’s no storage, & I’m not thrilled with the arrangement of the many fixtures… I would prefer to knock out the wall to a close in order to enpressing the bathroom.

This would also require relocating the water heater. Since our water oil furnace is downright ancient, all of us should absolutely upgrade it anyway, but however, a brand current water oil furnace isn’t cheap & will significantly add to the cost of the remodel, but my proposal includes moving the sink to the opposite side of the room. This would supply more room for a greater vanity. The toilet can remain where it is, however I’d prefer to turn it to face a different direction… One of the largest problems is removing the bathtub. The tub was already installed when all of us purchased the home. I would quote that it was originally purchased sometime in the 1960’s. It is a absolutely large, drastically heavy cast iron model; Extracting the tub from the bathroom, hauling it through the apartment & disposing of it will be a major undertaking, however while my spouse & I are both quite handy at renovation projects, I don’t believe we’re up to the task of gutting the bathroom. There is just too much involved. We’re going to need to upgrade all of the old pipes, drains & faucets. I know the cost of hiring a professional plumber will be astronomical, just the price of the plumbing fixtures is pressing. I’ve been saving my money to prepare.


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