Bathroom Shower Remodel – If your shower is old and outdated, replacing may be an option to revive the look of your bathroom. So, if you’re a do-it-yourself, you’ll need to know how to remove the old stables and fixtures before installing updated versions. With some tools, it’s relatively easy to remove shower cubicles and fixtures – and since you will not hire someone to perform the task, you will save money.
Turn off the water supply. The water valve should either be in the basement or next to the shower. Tighten the covers and remove the screws with a screwdriver to remove the taps. Use a screwdriver to loosen the nut in the shower head. Pull off the shower head plate. Turn the Bathroom Shower Remodel counterclockwise to loosen it and it should loosen easily from the wall.
Insert a flat screwdriver into the hole in the tub and turn counterclockwise until you feel the fixture loosens from the wall. Carefully pull the pipe from the wall. When you are ready to remove matches, pull off the shower rope bar. Cut joints around the edges of Bathroom Shower Remodel with a matt knife. Loosen any screws that attach panels to wall studs, using a screwdriver. Remove shower panels from the wall with a flat pry bar. Cut the panels into smaller pieces, making it easier to get rid of them. Use a sharp matt knife or jigsaw to cut the old shower cabinet.