This is the final update of the “How to finish a Basement Bathroom” project series for the Do-It-Yourself handyman or homeowner. Links to each construction phase of the project are summarized below, starting from the bare walls to the finished bathroom. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
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Finishing a Basement Bathroom – sewage basin high water alarm installation and wiring. This project is continued from Part 10. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
Finishing a Basement Bathroom – sewage basin air vent PVC plumbing connections to the outdoors. This project is continued from Part 9. The 2 inch PVC vent pipe was easy to install by measuring, sawing, dry fitting the pieces together, then dissembling and permanently gluing together. Fortunately a vent line to the roof was roughed […]
The sewage ejector pump and sewer plumbing connections are made in this exciting episode of the project! Actually, I wasn’t looking forward to cutting open the sewer line to install the Tee-fitting for basement bathroom sewer hookup. As it were, it turned out to be a pleasant “dirty job”. Liberty Sewage Pump I bought a […]
I bought a house with an unfinished bathroom in the basement. The builder had roughed in the electrical and plumbing connections, including the sewage basin. Also see How to Finish a Basement Bathroom – The Complete Series for the project overview. Finishing a Basement Bathroom Steps The remaining tasks to finish the basement bath are: […]