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Old 08-31-2006, 07:04 PM  
onryx2
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Default What are the best steps?

I have just finished tearing our utility room to bare studs and a concrete slab. I am intending on putting new drywall up, new tile floor, new doors and cabinetry. What is the best possible steps for doing this? Doors, drywall, floor and then cabinetry?

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Are you asking the best order of the steps?

If so, drywall, finish the drywall and prime it, doors, floors, paint, cabinets, finish and/or touch up the paint.
That is the standard order of construction for me. Especially in new construction.
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I would do;

1st - walls
2nd - floors
3rd - doors
4th - cabinets

there's no much diference between 3rd and 4th.

If you want some tiling info, find loads of tiling articles here
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