$22,238 Basement Bathroom Remodel
Completed February 2018
Project scope and objectives: This long time customer required his basement bathroom be completely remodel for ease of use and mobility needs. We started by demo’ing the closet in the existing bedroom in the basement to enlarge the adjacent bathroom. We closed off the existing bathroom entry from the hallway and created a new doorway from the new master bedroom. We installed and tiled a barrier-free shower with a bench seat, two shower heads and multiple grab bars. We reconfigured the entire bathroom to accommodate the customer’s specific needs.
Project challenges and solutions: This customer changed his mind on the bathroom configuration several times in the initial stages of construction. We listened to the customer carefully and determined that safety and the ability to move around in the bathroom easily were his primary concerns. We discussed different options to accomplish what he envisioned and finally came up with a firm plan.
Project team members: James Lujan, Paul Aragon and Andy Nixon
This bathroom features a large, barrier-free shower with tiled floor & walls and recessed niches. We added a second hand-held shower valve/head at the other end of the shower and a large, bench seat tiled to match. We installed several grab bars throughout the bathroom, to ensure our customer’s safety. A stylish new vanity, light, mirror and extra large toilet completed this bathroom remodel.
- We will knock out wall on right to enlarge bathroom.
- We will remove existing bath entry door (from hallway) and cover with drywall; create new entry from master bedroom.
- We will create a pass-thru opening from one bedroom to master bedroom.
- We have demo’d right wall in bathroom and the closet in master bedroom.
- Bathroom wall and master bedroom closet have been demo’d; we will cover existing entry from hallway with drywall and create new doorway from master bdrm.
- We jackhammered existing concrete to expose and center new shower drain.
- We poured new concrete on shower floor, after drain work completed and inspected.
- Framed bench seat, installed backer board.
- Apply RedGard waterproofing
- Frame and drywall new bath entry from master bedroom (where closet used to be).
- Frame and drywall new pass-thru from one bedroom to master bedroom; paint walls and ceiling in master bedroom (no more pink!); install new ceiling fan.
- New bath entry door from master bdrm. *Note – new door to bathroom installed to open into bedroom so there’d be more room in bathroom for customer to move around with his walker.
- New vanity, top, faucet, towel bar, grab bars, mirror and light.
- New toilet with extra large seat!
- Where bathroom door used to be.
- Where bathroom floor tile meets shower floor tile.
Photos of Bathroom Remodeling Door Installation and Trim