The best way to proceed is to first ask your contractor what time line he has in mind, this will allow you to make your schedule. If you’re going to purchase the fixtures yourself, you should allow a few weeks for delivery just incase something is back order. I recommend checking out http://www.HomeCenter.com for your fixtures. The prices are very good and so is their inventory. In most cases you will save a lot of money buying the material yourself.

Your contract will:

Gut the bathroom.
Install new rough in valves for faucets.
drywall/green board the walls.
Set tile
Install fixtures

You really want to have the fixtures there before they need them so you don’t hold up your project.

Dominic Anfossi
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