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comment Why is there a 2" step down into my bathroom?
Wild guess - It is so that if there is a leak or spill in the bathroom it stays in the bathroom. You effectively have a semi-wet room where the room itself is a 2" overflow pan. Is there a floor drain? What is the floor material in the bathroom and the adjoining hallway? Any pics?
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revised Should the contractor be able to drill holes in a quartz countertop?
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comment Toilet paper to the left or right?
@Tester101 got a link to that study?
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comment Sink overflow drain not cast all the way through
The blockage is non-trivial. I probed with a wire coathanger thinking it was a clog. I then grabbed a ceramic drill bit and using my hand got a little more aggressive. Definitely thicker than flashing!
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comment Sink overflow drain not cast all the way through
This sink has been in place since I bought the home 5 years ago and installed for some time before that. A warranty is out of the question. It would be worth my time to identify the maker and see if perhaps this is a known issue.
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comment How can I estimate costs for a renovation project?
The job in question is removing a 16' load bearing wall between a family room and living room to make a great room. My goal here was to not learn how to estimate out that specific job. There will be other jobs and having some way to determine a very rough cost would be helpful to know for the future.
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comment How can I estimate costs for a renovation project?
@JPhi1618 good advice. I do want this job done, but its a renovation rather than a repair. Compensation for the estimate would ease my mind a bit, I'd basically be paying for a professional opinion to set my budget goals then at some point in the future actually doing the job.
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revised Need help with toilet not draining
more specific title
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