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Though DIYers often attempt difficult remodeling jobs to save money, many recoil from tackling plumbing tasks. Sure, some plumbing projects are complex and should be referred to a professional. But you can easily replace a faucet for a fraction of what you’d pay a plumber.
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You — yes, you — can fearlessly replace an old toilet with a more efficient one, upgrade your kitchen faucet with a pullout-spout model, install a new tub or shower and more.
Although the bathroom occupies a small area, it is a complex space. To analyze its potential for improvements, consider the various components as they fit within the classical elements of water, fire, earth and wind.
Installing a new sink is an opportunity to add a unique accent to your bathroom, such as a vessel sink. Keep in mind, though, that an unconventional sink may lack an overflow port — an important design difference that can pose a plumbing challenge.