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  • #16

    Re: Turning a living/dining room into a bedroom/bathroom

    When we did something similar for my MIL we installed a toilet paper holder that is also a hand hold. Somewhat expensive but very useful. Available at
    Bathworks on Bayly. A high toilet is also a good idea.

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    • #17

      Re: Turning a living/dining room into a bedroom/bathroom

      Will you tile up the wall part way? Or maybe tile baseboard?

      Let me know if you need a hand, I'll come by.
      Steve The Drill Sergeant
      Check out MyShopNotes on YouTube.

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      • #18

        Re: Turning a living/dining room into a bedroom/bathroom

        So far the most complicated part of the job is how sewage might screw up my shop dust collection. Venting I already have discovered to different points of entry. The Roto zip methods for opening walls is like new to me. I love just putting a hammer for discovery. It makes less dust and I’m a bit old school with patching methods.

        I have a couple walls up. I’ll take some more pictures in the morning with day light. I do plan on modifying some things on the fly, as my house has kind of a 45° angle genre.

        just remembered guys, one special needs situation does not encompass All special-needs situations. Those who know my situation... understand there is a moving target. I will move with the times just like any other parent.
        Last edited by Matt Matt; 11-08-2018, 12:04 AM.
        For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
        Sir Isaac Newton.

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