It’s probably been about 5 years or more since I had to install one of these. I forgot how heavy they are, definitely a young mans game.
At least they had a demo guy remove the old one. I remember years ago I was trying to cut mine out to remove it, a friend came over and said dude hit it with a sledgehammer and break it. Made it a lot easier to get rid of.Agreed.
I remember spending a day cutting one into 3 PCs to get it out of a heritage home!
Only to have the client buy a new one..
It was a nightmare to get it up the narrow 100y/o oak stairwell, then through the door and installed.
Never again, fcuk that- nope.
I keep a sledgehammer in the van and I break one up every once in a while................Only way to remove a cast tub or concrete double laundry tub. Sledge hammer. But with a bath tub it’s best to sacrifice a tarp.
We have cracked the down stairs ceilings doing the sledgehanner thing on them...I keep a sledgehammer in the van and I break one up every once in a while.
But the best way is when the carpenters are changing out windows anyway so they just use the lull
Really? Must be crap built houses. Never had an issue breaking one apart.We have cracked the down stairs ceilings doing the sledgehanner thing on them...
knocked pictures off the walls and shook the **** out of the house.
I dont have any desire to fool with one again...
Wow, calm down grandpa.You boys are a bunch of wusses.