Thanks for advice. I had a relative look at it yesterday, only to realize that his experience wasn't really anymore than mine. Given that, I do believe I'm going to be making some phone calls tomorrow. While there are some things I dread doing and some I actually look forward to, one of flaws I have is not having the confidence to venture into projects of which I have NO experience whatsoever. Certainly "reading" about the process and the possible challenges is a learning experience, putting that into practice in the real world has me leaning toward "call an pro". (The question of course is determining who is and who isn't... so I guess I get a couple of appraisals.)
Again, thanks for the advice. It's much appreciated. :smileold:
Sounds like its time for a good apprentice.
And slow down man! Work with your brains. Not your back. Take a extra, however long it takes to do it thoroughly right the first time. You know what it takes. Now slow down and do it.
Do it right. Do it once. Do it wrong. Do it again.
I always thought my knees would be the first thing to give me problems, but its my shoulders. Probably from doing faucet swaps like yours Frank:)