I am gutting my lavatory to make it perfect for the first time ever.
I want to transport the toilet, expand the shower and get all brick installed in the room.
I want to take out the window and do a ceiling to floor glass block arrangement, as well. I am additionally hopeful to get a LED lighted mirror and flush lights in the ceiling as a major upgrade. Another luxury I am hopeful for is heated flooring. I went online and the cost will bump up my budget quite a bit. I suppose it might be worth it in the end though. You are supposed to do this heating installation while you do the floor replacement anyway. Electric heated mats are laid over the stone board and then current pieces of brick goes on top of that. Then you have electric heating at the flooring level, instead of at your ankles. There is no noise, dust or chilly spots with this system. I really appreciate the method of having toasty toes when I use the lavatory or rest in the large tub on a chilly afternoon. Electric heated flooring is supposed to last around 15 years at that point. So I either can split off the connection to the control component and lose heating at the point when it dies, or I can redo the floors and start fresh. Either way, I suppose the heating system lifespan is okay with this gas furnace. I also can save currency on the next installation since it seems quite simple to do myself. I won’t even need to buy the system from a Heating and Air Conditioning dealer. I want heated flooring and I am not going to split corners.