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Kids Bath: Electrical

You may wonder why I haven't had a post about the electrical work so far. Well, the answer is simple: I can't find the photo I took of the knob and tube wiring. Ha!

In any case, yes, everything had to be replaced. And, yes, the electrician was shocked how none of it caught on fire, especially the built-in electrical heater. We wonder that too.

The new bathroom will have:
  • shower light
  • fan over the toilet
  • sconce near the toilet
  • 2 lights over the large mirror
  • 2 electrical outlets
  • and a towel warmer (one of our 2 splurges)
We were considering doing some recessed lighting in the bathroom, but decided against it. We have it in the master bathroom. And the only reason we do is because the ceiling there seems so much lower, probably because of the floor to ceiling tile all around. I believe this new bathroom will look amazing with the lights the kids picked. Photos coming soon.

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Electrical - DONE, TOO! Yay!

However, he opened a hole in the wall in the wrong place above the mirror, so now that needs to be patched up tomorrow. That means an extra day tacked on. We really wanted it to be finished tomorrow. We are already 4 days over schedule. Ugh.

I. Need. This. Job. To. End.