The bathtub and shower are cornerstones of basic hygiene in the house. Should we dare think what might become of us without them? A few days without such amenities would likely have us begging for olfactory reprieve! So rather than entertaining that scenario, let’s just assume them to be non-negotiable items. As such, […]Read More about Bathtub & The Damage Done
Inspecting a beautiful home in Centerville, I was impressed with all the updates. The house while not being old had been recently remodeled and a deep soaking bathtub installed. The scene was like something you would see in a magazine, the bath, the view, the chandelier lights….. Chandelier lights? This was a big no, no! […]Read More about Magnificent Bathroom
When you hear it said that bathrooms can be unsafe you might not think that a half ton of steel would be the answer. But bathrooms can be one of the most dangerous places in a home, with a multitude of potential hazards. Starting with tiled floors which can become slippery when wet to the […]Read More about How “Safe” is Your Bathroom?
Why do we as a whole ignore the most basic safety issues until its too late. Manufacturers of everything from kitchen stoves and garage door openers to smoke alarms package their equipment with owners manuals that address how it should be installed and what maintenance will be needed. These manuals are rarely read and their […]Read More about Safety “Costs less than you think”
Bathroom venting is simple and necessary to remove excess moisture from the bathroom, a fan, a pipe and a vent on the roof or exterior wall. This professionally remodeled home in a Dayton historic area appeared to have it all until we questioned the direction of the piping in the attic. None of the pipes […]Read More about Bathroom Vent Confusion