Ok, it took a long, but here I'm returning to the building bathroom from scratch works
Here is what we are going to do today:
At first we will need to break ceilings or floor at the loft, then we will remove existing inner wall and then we will pour in foundation.
Following works were actually carried out during two days, but for the ease of this article works from both days are featured here in one article.
Here you can see loft for our house, flooring (if we can call it so) is completely damaged. A year ago, while replacing roof we removed a few tons of sand from here, see: Unloading Few Tones of Sand from Loft
As you can see from image above, outer walls for upcoming bathroom have been already replaced, now it's time to construct inner walls, for doing that we are going to remove a part of ceiling to have a free acess to remove wall which is downstairs.
Wall to be demolished
A lot of hand power and in about and hour it looks like this:
Nicely! Now, we are going to rebuild this wall from aac blocks, but prior to that I'm going to pour in foundation (as there are no foundation at all for this house. A couple of days later my dad, who is an electrician will help us to fix electricity related questions, as I have an idea to install electrical cabinet on the wall to be constructed
A lot of bizarre shapes, I agree.
Digging a trench for foundation
- Digging a trench around existing foundation - Building a bathroom from scratch - part 4
- Bad Discovery - Missing foundation for house
- Remove a Wall to Finish Foundation Concreting
Foundation for inner wall
Now in the next days I will construct an aac block wall here and hopefully in the Spring 2017 we will finish basic bathroom works with canalization, water, shower and more.