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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This project is continued from Part 17. This installment discusses closing the sewage basin, testing the plumbing and a review of the various plumbing connections. You can read about the sewage pump installation in Part 9 of this project. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This is a continuation of the wiring for the vanity light and switch from Part 15 of this series. In this installment, I explain how to install the wire junction box and mount the vanity light to the wall. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This is Part 2 of how I finished a basement bathroom. Click here for Part 1. Bathroom Layout – Toilet, Sink and Shower Stall The next task is to decide where the bathroom fixtures – sink, toilet and shower stall will go. The builder had already roughed-in the plumbing so I didn’t have a lot [...]
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. [...]