In this episode, we help first-time homeowner Don Nelson, who gets over the head with her kitchen renovation. Dawn wanted to remove one wall that separated the three main living areas, the dining room, kitchen, and living room. But then she realizes that she has removed all of the drywall on the load-bearing wall. The contractor helped her fix this bug, but then she realizes that removing the wall also revealed a small patch of old flooring. You leave, and make this place look amazing! The removal of the wall and cabinetry revealed a patch of flooring former homeowners had been working around – an eye-catching thing Dawn wants to cover up, ASAP. no problem! Fill Ceramic Tile Flooring Dawn was lucky because the previous homeowner left enough ceramic tiles to fill this vinyl flooring. The project won’t be difficult because vinyl flooring is the ideal subfloor. This means that we do not have to remove it; We can install the tiles directly over the old floor, but first, we need to remove some of the ceramic tiles surrounding the hole. They were cut around a cupboard that was on vinyl flooring. Once the tiles have dried overnight, we apply the stain-resistant FusionPro Grout from Custom Building Products. The broadband microwave is ready to install, but there is only one problem: it must be properly ventilated outside. We’ll create an access hatch to make this happen. Install a microwave A large-scale microwave has been purchased, but it must be installed and, most importantly, it must be properly ventilated outside. Other than that, OTR microwave ovens recycle the air in the kitchen, which is unsanitary, as I drill through the wall to create an access hole for venting. Then he took us with a sledgehammer to the outside of the house to complete that hole. With the vent path cleared, Bear and I raise the microwave to his new home and cut the ventilation hole outside. I also add a little more paint to the ventilation hole so that it blends inside.