Installing a bathtub can be a difficult task to finish, and might be a task for a professional. A tub is vast and overwhelming and bathrooms might be cumbersome fit as a fiddle and are not generally all that substantial, which can make removing an old tub and Installing another one a genuine challenge.
Ensure the new tub will fit in the space you want. Measure the old bathtub and the entryway. In some cases in the development of a house, the bathtub was put in the restroom before the walls were finished, bringing on an issue when you have to evacuate it. Buy another tub with a drain on the same side from the old one. If it is not precisely the same as the old one, you should modify the pipes later.
Get ready and know How to fit a bath tub
Move it where you need the tub to sit and stamp the top is on the wall studs. You should utilize wooden slides and assistants for this move. Check where the highest point of the ledger will be (1 inch underneath the last stamps). This slender board supports the edges of the tub where it touches the dividers of the washroom. Install the ledger board, utilizing drywall screws. Ensure it is level. Attach the overflow pipe and fitting and set up. Watch that this will adjust to the tub openings.
Install a ring of plumber’s and the putty around the drain flange, tape up the drain flange strings, embed the washer on the shoe and painstakingly position it. At that point fasten the drain flange the shoe and tighten it. Connect the drain to the tub and fasten it securely put. Install the overflow cover, taking after the producer’s instructions. It covers the overflow on the shower and will take into consideration additional creeps of water.
Securing the Tub
Apply the mortar on the floor where you will put the tub, 2 inches thick. Place the new tub in the right place and watch that it is level. If it isn’t level, you should put wooden shims under the shower to get this accurate and guarantee that the new tub does not shake. Nail 1 inch galvanized nails through the gaps in the flange to hold this to the studs. If the flange has no gaps, nail quite recently over the highest point of the flange, so the nail heads secures the flange. Position the drain and water supply channels. Pull down the slip association on the drain pipe and tighten the slip nuts.
Situate the drain in the tub and the plumber’s putty, press into place and tighten the top. Now remember to screw both the hot and cool water spigots onto the supply pipe. Seal the strings with joint compound as you tighten. Screw them on both the hot and icy water fixture handles. Reinstall different installations you may have needed to evacuate. Turn on water supply and check for breaks. Complete the wall around the tub, utilizing bond patron board and afterward the tile.