Among the easiest shower remodeling projects would be to update existing shower curtain or doors. Installing a new shower curtain is a quite straightforward and can be achieved by anybody. To further enhance the look of your toilet you may also want to consider adding (or upgrading) shower doors.
Shower Curtains – Installing a shower rod and curtain is another easy DIY home repair job. If you do not currently have a shower curtain installed or if you are replacing the existing shower curtain rod measure the space between the walls at the height where the rod is going to be put.
Home repair facilities, as well as a significant number of departments stores, will often have quite a selection to choose from. Select a rod of the right length along with your preferred manner of a shower curtain and drape hangers (make sure they are the right size to your curtain rod!).
Apart from this, Select the exact Door Handles for your home (which is also known as “มือจับประตูที่ถูกต้องสำหรับบ้านของคุณ “in the Thai language ) by visiting online websites.
Ordinarily, the shower curtain pole will either provide brackets for you to install (if you have a laser level it’ll come in handy here), be spring loaded or will telescope and twist to the appropriate length. Install the rod level in accordance with the instructions to the particular rod you have selected. Note: When the curtain hangers you’ve chosen don’t open, make sure that you set them on the rod BEFORE installing it.
Shower Doors – Installing a shower door is a little more involved project but still not too difficult for the normal daily home repair handyman. The project again begins with measurements – measure both the top and bottom of the shower opening – based on your tub/tiling, these dimensions may not be the exact same so make sure you record both.
Your toilet, plumbing, or house superstore should have a selection of doors to choose from. They will typically vary in cost from approximately $60 to $200+ depending on the design you choose.
While every particular door will probably have its own set of instructions, the fundamentals will still be exactly the same. You will be installing a pair of side rails, a base guide/splash plate, and a leading guide for those doors to hang on. Usually, just the side rails will, in fact, be secured to the walls. Like many projects of the Type, the actual setup is fairly straightforward once the preparation has been completed
Before starting the installation, be sure you have any specific tools needed. Normally, you will need just a drill (using ceramic tile bit if needed), hacksaw with fine tooth blade, screwdrivers, tape measure, and caulk (usually clear silicone bathroom caulk). Pay careful attention to your precise directions and measure twice before trimming each slice to length.