Bathroom Renovation #10 – Final Fitting

In our final part of the bathroom renovation series, Roger sorts out the pressure with a new Kingspan unvented cylinder and Jubi joins us to take care of fitting the furniture and putting the finishing touches to our epic installation season.

Special thanks go to Abacus for supporting this series: https://www.abacus-bathrooms.co.uk

Tools and materials used in this video series:

Abacus Elements Ultimate Construction Board – https://bit.ly/2MepRo5
Abacus Emotion Round Shower Head – https://bit.ly/2zk6mTu
Abacus Fix-MD Sealing & Mounting Adhesive – https://bit.ly/2P0Fm1E
Abacus Infinity Single Fall Tray – https://bit.ly/2TyOooS
Abacus No More Leaks Bath & Shower Sealing Kits – https://bit.ly/2OZ2fCn
Abacus Pro-Seal Tape Sealing Compound – https://bit.ly/2OXvRA9
Abacus Series 1 Oval Multi-Design Tileable Bath Surround Kit – https://bit.ly/2SZQvjU
Abacus Temptation Chrome Wall Arm – https://bit.ly/2AaPvSt
Abacus Temptation Thermostatic Shower Mixer – https://bit.ly/2OWXVm3
Abacus X Series Designer Glass to Wall Support Arm – https://bit.ly/2zkx0vx
Abacus X Series Glass Panel – https://bit.ly/2PK0Nrt
DEVImat DTIR-100 for Timber (100W / m2) – https://bit.ly/2TXjLMD
Fein MultiMaster – https://bit.ly/2vvZpMW
Hansgrohe iBox Universal – https://bit.ly/2FJlDTc
Hultafors HBX Saw Blade – https://bit.ly/2MhKtf7
Imex LX3DG Line Laser Level – https://bit.ly/2qXpf9Z
KEAH Pipe Chamfer Tool – https://bit.ly/2TT8Lwy
Fix-KST Board Fixing Adhesive – https://bit.ly/2JE5AbF
Makita DJR188 18v Recip Saw – https://bit.ly/2DKeNKl
Milwaukee M12 BDDX Sub Compact Drill – https://bit.ly/2MzA0ss
Milwaukee RED STICK – https://bit.ly/2vybKQW
Monument 2600K Copper Pipe Bender 15mm & 22mm – https://bit.ly/2AbfcCF
Tacklife AHS02C Diamond Coated Core Hole Drill Bit Set – https://amzn.to/2KmuYiB
Torque Wrench 1/4″DR 2-14Nm T50 set – https://bit.ly/2TLVCtm

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    Dear Roger, everything has been done following a series of step-by-step instructions on the video but, no matter what, there is always a leak under the toilet pan. The toilet itself is sound – no leaks (I tested it using food colouring). Trickles of water appear to run down the pipe and gather under to the newly inrftoilet dripping onto the tiling below. What could the cause be?

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