Small Bathroom Wall Tile Remodel – How To (Part 3)




► Complete bathroom remodel playlist of video’s: ……….
——————– Full Bathroom Shower Tile & Floor Remodel Parts: ——————–
► Full Video – Shower, Floor Tile, Cost, Grout, Faucet ……….
► (Part 1) – Demo Small Bathroom Remodel ……….
► (Part 2) – Tile Shower Prep Work ……….
► (Part 3) – Small Bathroom Wall Tile Remodel ……….
► (Part 4) – Shower Tile Grout ……….
► (Part 5) – Grout Sealer & Shower Tile Shelf ……….
► (Part 6) – Plumbing Shower Faucet ……….
► (Part 7) – Floor Tile & Grout ……….
► (Part 8) – Install Toilet & Tile Flooring ……….

——————– Half Bathroom Tile Floor Remodel Parts: ——————–
► Full Video – Half Bathroom – Tile Floor, Toilet, Sink, Faucet ……….
► (Part 1) – Cost Spreadsheet, Materials, Demo, Floor Tile ……….
► (Part 2) – Cut & Install Floor Tile, Grout, Baseboard ……….
► (Part 3) – Install Sink, Faucet, Plumbing in Bathroom ……….

——————– BLOG POSTS: For Bathroom Remodels ——————–
■ 1/2 Bathroom Remodel ……….
■ Bathroom Remodel – Material & Planning ……….
■ Save 20% at Lowe’s and Home Depot ……….

○ Cost Opinion Spreadsheet ……….
(Use to determine rough cost to remodel bathroom)

This is just 1 part from a series of video’s of the process for remodeling a full bathroom and small half bathroom. Demo floor and shower tile. Install concrete backer board. Install shower tile and grout. Install floor tile and tile baseboard. Plumbing. Redo plumbing and install a new shower and sink faucet.

I filmed this the only way i could … as someone who has never done it before. We made mistakes as we went along but overall it turned out great. We are very happy with the result and saved a lot of money doing it by ourselves.

Hopefully you learn something by watching these series of video’s. Let me know anything i missed, the many things we got wrong, and something you recommend to make remodeling your bathroom easier.

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2 Comments

  1. Best Access Doors
    November 3, 2017
    Reply

    Fantastic work, Dave! Have you done this before?

  2. Paul R
    December 31, 2017
    Reply

    You used thin set for your backer board joints, looks like what ever your using to set tiles is way too thin of a coat. I think the goal is 80-90% coverage.

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