Plumbing in the Bathroom and Wiring in the Kitchen

Project: Craftsman Bungalow, Episode 2, Part 3

The electricians are snaking new wiring into the kitchen, and the plumber is roughing in for the addition of a real 'water closet'.

Mike Casas is making quick work of the plaster on the new cathedral ceiling, where new drywall must be married to the old lath and plaster.

Out on the front porch, the contractor removes an existing column without damaging it, or the overhang it supports.
Part 1: Removing the Porch Columns
Part 2: Plaster Repair Over Drywall
Part 3: Plumbing in the Bathroom and Wiring in the Kitchen
Plumber Kevin Hanley reviews the installation process for a pedestal sink and antique toilet in the new half-bath. And electrical wiring is pulled through the walls to the kitchen and the new electrical box.
Bob Vila oversees the remodel of a Craftsman bungalow in Los Angeles, CA. It's a vintage kit house, purchased from a Sears & Roebuck catalog in 1923 and built in Hollywood. Working with contractors, Bob helps restore the home's thoughtful details while adding improvements fit for the owners' modern lifestyle.

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