Pine Grove Bathroom Remodel

This bathroom didn’t have a great flow, although it did have a nice Jacuzzi tub. The shower was about 30 inches by 30 inches. Over the years the shower door and tile leaked, so dry rot was repaired; a new quiet fan with a heater, light, and night light was added; and the bathroom vent was increased in size to promote better venting. The existing closet was removed, and the new cabinets and vanity were built. The new shower now is large and has backing installed in case there is a need for grab bars in the future. The Comfort Height toilet and new appliances save water, and LED lights were added over the sinks and inside the shower.


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  • jacuzzi_construction jacuzzi_2
  • jacuzzi_after jacuzzi_3


  • shower_before shower_1
  • shower_construction shower_2
  • shower_after shower_3

Sink and Vanity

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  • sink_cabinet sink_2
  • sink_after sink_3

Water Heater Installation

The first two photos in the Water Heater Replacement slideshow below show a water heater in a Rollingwood Hills home that was replaced with a new one, which also included an expansion tank for safety shown in the third photo. In the Correct Water Heater Installation slideshow below, a previous contractor installed a water heater incorrectly in a home shown in the first paragraph, and as a result the water heater exploded and damaged the house. We installed a new water heater and included an expansion tank for safety as shown in the second photo. In both cases, everything was brought up to code.

Water Heater Replacement

  • Water Heater Replacement Before 1 Water Heater Replacement 1-1
  • Water Heater Replacement Before 2 Water Heater Replacement 1-2
  • Water Heater Replacement Correct Water Heater Replacement 1-3

Correct Water Heater Installation

  • Water Heater Replacement Correct 1 Water Heater Replacement 2-1
  • Water Heater Replacement Correct 2 Water Heater Replacement 2-2

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