This project series shows how to finish a basement bedroom with step-by-step remodeling instructions. Daylight Basement My home sits on a hillside and has a daylight basement (also called a “walk-out basement”) with windows and exterior doors. The basement room to be converted to a bedroom was already finished to a large degree with three [...]
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This project is continued from Part 5. It’s very important to assemble and glue the solvent weld union fittings in the correct order because you only get one chance to do it right! The large white union nut must be slipped onto the upper section of PVC pipe and held in place so it doesn’t [...]
This project is continued from Part 4. Having removed the old sewage check valve and installed a new PVC discharge pipe on the sewage pump, the new A.Y. McDonald 2068S silent check valve can be installed to eliminate the water hammer in the basement bathroom. The A.Y. McDonald 2068S silent check valve uses compression fittings [...]
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This project is continued from Part 3. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This project is continued from Part 2. Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.
This project show how to install a Schlage® Keypad Deadbolt lock, model # BE365 for keyless door access. The keyless deadbolt is a real convenience and easy to install. The Schlage Keypad Deadbolt is available in a 8 different finishes to match your current door hardware. This particular model is the Plymouth design with a [...]
This project is continued from Part 1. A quick review the MagnaPanel™ project status is: The marble side panel has been glued together with epoxy and 2×4 reinforcement blocks. The side panel slides freely onto the side of the bathtub frame. The MagnaPanel lag bolts have been countersunk and screwed into the bathtub frame. The [...]
This tutorial shows how to repair a broken marble side panel on a whirlpool bathtub with the MagnaPanel™ magnetic access panel hardware kit. The cultured marble side panel on the whirlpool bathtub broke when the plumber removed it to replace the leaking polybutylene pipe. The side panel was pinched between the bathtub rim and the [...]
This project is continued from Part 2. These next steps explain how to wire the junction box. Begin by cutting the two Romex® NM 14/2 electrical cables evenly to about 8 inches long as shown: Copyright © 2013 HandymanHowTo.com Reproduction strictly prohibited.