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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A high water alarm is installed in this installment of the series. (Click here for the previous installment of this project.) Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This is a continuation of Part 9 of the project. The 2 inch PVC piping for the sewage basin air vent was easy to install: Measure Cut Dry fit the PVC pipe and fittings Cement together with PVC glue Fortunately a vent line to the roof was roughed in when the home was built so [...]
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. The remaining tasks to finish the basement bath are: Obtain a building permit. Paint the walls. Install a ceiling ventilation fan. Install a vent to the outside for the fan. [...]