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Master Bath renovation

I decided the master bath in my house needed a major remodel. The original bathroom had a dated double faux-marble sinktop (picture included showing former beige colored countertop), low cabinets, a standard 5-foot tub, and a shower stall with the standard shower set control.
I installed new cabinets, including a center tower unit and above-sink storage, a large jacuzzi tub, new WC, and a completely new shower control with hand wand and side sprays. New ceramic floor tile, travertine wall tile, accent tile and stone chair-rails were installed using a Ryobi 7" tabletop wet tile saw. I also built a soffit over the new bath incorporating a light wall-wash for times you just want to relax. Other Ryobi tools used included my 18V one+ drill, skill saw, and worklight (when I had to turn ther power off), as well as my set of Ryobi drill bits; masonry bits came in hand for drilling through tiles for plumbing outlets. It was nice to alternate batteries in the charger, which ensured my tools were always ready to go when I needed them.


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