Demolition. We were never so happy to see this bathroom go. Then, reality set in. We need to put this all back together again. My parents have always said that any good renovation will take twice as long as you'd expect and cost twice as much as anticipated. This was certainly true with our master bath.
Bryan had to remove the shower in smaller sections because the doorway was too small. Plus, there wasn't any easy way to get the shower pan up. This was such a dusty, dirty process.
Piece by piece we were able to remove the shower stall.
You can see here where we ripped up the linoleum floor throughout and a big chunk of the shower stall that was cut out.
Finally, the shower stall is gone. We also took down all of the drywall on the far wall so that we could install insulation between the bathroom and the bedroom on the other side of the wall.