The Bath Fitter guy is here. Just one worker. Here is the "Before" image of our bathtub area.
Bummer about having to sacrifice the ceramic soap dish
that's imbedded in the original tile. I don't even know if they make
those anymore. But we HAVE to have the tub redone, because of issues
with leaking. The work being done now will resolve that. While the end result will be walls and a tub that are installed right over the existing ones, some tiles will have to be removed to accommodate the new faucet setup (one central control instead of separate hot/cold controls). Plus, the aforementioned soap dish will have to go (drat), as will any tiles where leaking may have caused mold to grow behind them.
didn't bark at all when the worker first came in. But since I've put
Baxter in his crate, and the worker has started hammering and chiseling,
NOW the dog is having himself a nice barkfest. I can't say I blame him.
If I didn't know what those noises were, I'd bark at them too.
arranged multiple drop cloths along the entire path between the front
door and bathroom, including a cloth that goes up the stairs. Good thing
this isn't a big house, so he only needed 3 drop cloths. Who knows how
many cloths they need to use when they're working in a large house?