The lake home is again blessed to have a place to rest for a few short minutes. Yes, that’s right. We have a working toilet again.
I have been sharing a bit of the remodeling story and we now enter a new chapter of successes. We have been working on so many things in the lake home. It wasn’t so long ago that the hubby pulled out all of the plumbing with the help of my son.
Well that is pretty much back in place but as a result of losing the plumbing he decided to also pull out the bathroom and kitchen. Yes! All of it!
Needless to say we have been without running water of any kind for quite some time. A few weeks ago we got the hose outdoors working again and so while that was really appreciated, it sounds as though we are yet another step closer in the bathroom remodel.
If you look below and around the toilet you will see we are also tiling and I am happy to report that the floor is done! The walls are taking a bit more time but I understand that the bathtub will fall into place possibly before the next weekend!
I am beyond excited to have an indoor place to rest. I cannot wait to share how the tile comes out. The shower will be going together soon as well as the vanity. It looks like we just might get this bathroom complete after all.
I almost forgot to mention that this toilet is green! You can push one button for liquids (uses 1 gallon) or a differing button for solids (uses 2.6) We have a holding tank at the lake so not only are we saving water but we are saving the cost of having the tank pumped as often. This particular toilet sells for about $200.00. An investment in going green, water conservation and cost savings in the long run.
What home improvement project are you currently working on? Please share as I love to hear what everyone is doing.
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