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Bathroom Remodelization

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Besides the big box stores, gimme a few good places for bathroom stuff (toilets, showers/tubs, shower doors, etc.). Places with a decent selection. Srsly, like now. Preferably in the SoPa/Myer's Park/Dilwo areas...

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I always go to a Hampton Inn when I have to take a dump away from the home court. But that's just me.

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Why do you need a fancy toilet anyway? A Home Depot crapper is as good as a crapper from some specialty place.

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SoPa and DilWo? Just hire a male interior decorator and get it done with.

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Ripping out everything and redoing it. Like to get my hands dirty every once in a while.

So like if you like to tile, and have a good back, I'll let you help me.

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Why do you need a fancy toilet anyway? A Home Depot crapper is as good as a crapper from some specialty place.

Meh, not so much. A lot of the Lowe's and Home Depot products are manufactured with sub-par quality materials. They look the same on the outside, but the innards are usually el-cheapo. That's why they can beat my prices on a lot of plumbing fixtures.

If you want fixtures that will last as long as the house, buy from a reputable plumbing supply.

If you want fixtures that will last as long as you do in the sack, buy from a big-box store like Home Depot.

:smilielol5:

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Ripping out everything and redoing it. Like to get my hands dirty every once in a while.

So like if you like to tile, and have a good back, I'll let you help me.

My little brother does tile(15 yrs). He is from the Rock. Nuff said.

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Meh, not so much. A lot of the Lowe's and Home Depot products are manufactured with sub-par quality materials. They look the same on the outside, but the innards are usually el-cheapo. That's why they can beat my prices on a lot of plumbing fixtures.

If you want fixtures that will last as long as the house, buy from a reputable plumbing supply.

If you want fixtures that will last as long as you do in the sack, buy from a big-box store like Home Depot.

:smilielol5:

Got any recommendations in the Charlotte area? Bossman wants one of those glass doors for the tub that's sort of a half wall/doesn't go all the way across if you know what I'm getting at, but she also wants some sort of Asian arty look to it. Stupid art hippies...

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When you get done practicing on your bathroom and learning from your mistakes, give me a call and you can come remodel my master bathroom. That is one thing that I am weary of taking on. There is too much that go wrong when you are not sure what you are doing and dealing with a bathroom on the second floor. Escaping water likes to travel downhill.

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Stupid gravity.

Well, I've done an upstairs bathroom before with my Pops. That was much more than this one will/is. And yeah, plumbing has always been the one thing I get apprehensive about.

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