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Installing a Multi-Head Shower Fixture

Showers are a great place to add value to your home. By adding a new shower yourself, you can save money while adding equity to your house. Learn how to install a new shower fixture with these easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.

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    Easy to Moderate

Host Fuad Reveiz goes through the entire process of installing a multi-head shower. Reveiz determines what structural issues should be addressed and also what plumbing modifications will be needed. Once complete, he moves back to the closet behind the shower to close up the wall. He does this as well as re-texturing the surface and paints it to a picture perfect finish. Learn how upgrading the tub and shower can increase your home's value at HGTV's FrontDoor.com.

Follow these simple steps to remodel your shower.

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    Under Half Day

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    $50 - $100

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Install a Multi-Head Shower: Prep Work

Learn how to do the prep work for installing a new multi-head shower with these easy step-by-step directions.

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    Day

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    $250 - $500

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Install a New Showerhead

A new shower can really increase the utility and value of your home. Learn how to install a new showerhead and remove old tile with these easy step-by-step directions.

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    Under Half Day

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    $500 - $1,000

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Install a Multi-Head Shower: Securing Shower System

Securing a heavy showerhead can be a cumbersome process. Learn how to secure a new showerhead, caulk tile and reinforce walls with these easy step-by-step instructions.

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    Under Half Day

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    $100 - $250

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    Easy to Moderate

How to Replace Drywall in a Remodeled Closet

When working with plumbing in an adjacent room to a bathroom, sometimes you are required to remove drywall to access pipes. That hole has to be patched. Learn how to replace drywall with these easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.

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