The window is in and the shower is now completely broken out but Sheri must of course be able to take her daily shower and I therefor made a temporary hand shower in the bathtub. <ul><li>Describe the main attributes of the product
Link the product attributes to customer needs </li></ul>
Sheri's temporary shower. <ul><li>Indicate the financial advantages for the customer
Compare quality and price with those of the competition </li></ul>
There was a wall in the bathroom which separated the shower and the wash basin from the toilet and the bathtub.To be able to do what we wanted, I had to remove the wall, but that meant, since it is an important weight bearing wall, that I had to put in a double beam over the side walls. . <ul><li>Summarize the special features and advantages of the product being introduced </li></ul>
This is where the new shower comes.Since the old shower was much higher and we wanted a ventilator and light in the shower ,which meant that I had to extend the ceiling of the bathtub over the shower in order to accommodate the fan and light.All plumbing, drains and electrical had to be changed and upgraded. <ul><li>Explain the steps that now need to be taken </li></ul>
This is where the old was basin was. To the right of the beam. The beam is where separation wall was. Here too all electricity had to be rewired.
On this photo you can see that after the wall has been removed the toilet ended up in the middle of the bathroom and therefore had to be changed
The whole floor was also in bad shape. Here you see the new base floor and where the dart points, is where the toilet will be moved to. That means of course also completely new drain- and water lines.
In this photo you can see the support beam I put in(at the dart in the photo) and the extended new ceiling with the light and fan.
The new base floor is in and the toilet is at its new place. The 2 nd wash basin which you see here will be completely removed when the other wash basin and vanity have been placed
This is where the vanity eventually will be. The new electric lines are in and now all the walls are sheet rocked over again. At the top of the picture you can see the support beam a little better.
The vanity and part of the granite floor. Far left one can see the wall heater of which the cover still will be replaced and the same for the central heating vent on the floor in front of the vanity.
The Empress Green marble slabs installed by the bathtub and shower. Of course I had some help here. 300 plus lb a piece is just a little to much to do by myself .