Re: Repairing several bathroom problems
Without seeing the damage firsthand, it is tough to assess just how bad it is, however, your description does sound like a total redo.
1 - If there are grout issues with the tile, then water is undoubtedly getting behind the tile - not good. Knock on the individual tiles and check if there is a hollow sound, if so, bad news, total replacement time, especially if tile is glued directly to the drywall.
2 - Damage on the outside of the enclosure indicates lack of sealant along door/wall. If it's just the paint that has bubbled and let go, no problem, prep and repaint, if the paper on the drywall has been damage, or the wallboard is crumbling, then the damaged wall will have to be removed and patched back together.
3 - Corrosion at bottom edge of tub, hard to say, could just be from the leaking door and surface damage. If the floor is swollen or has a hollow knock to it, then it's time to pull the flooring and assess the damage.
4 - Damage behind sink, drywall replacement as necessary.
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