We have remodeled bathrooms for many homeowners over the years and through our experience we’ve learned that trends change with the availability of new products and creative designs, which can alter the look and use of the space. Bathrooms should be tailored to the needs of the users in your home and also
reflect your lifestyle.
If you are looking for some state of the art and futuristic features consider using glass counter surfaces and panels, body drying units which save on use of towels, low flow toilets and even a space saving machine that washes, then dries up to nine pounds of laundry and is small enough to install in a bathroom.
No matter the size, it seems that bathrooms always fail to adequately accommodate the items we want to have in there. Clutter is a challenge too, especially with the many small and oddly shaped items we tend to keep. What’s the solution? We’ve found that more and better bathroom storage space can solve most homeowner’s bathroom storage problems.
- Natural tones
- Vanities that look more like furniture
- Basins set into the vanity top
- Free-standing baths
- Large framed mirrors
- Curvier tapware and fittings
- Larger tiles
- Soft-close toilets
Insurance Claim Work:
We work with insurance companies on many claims. We have the knowledge, education and experience to work with your adjuster in handling your claim. We will strive to make this process work for you, not the insurance company. We will get you every dollar possible. In most cases we can complete your repairs with NO money out of your pocket.
Few spaces in your home are as personal and practical as the bathroom. Since it serves a number of functions, often for multiple individuals, design is a challenge. Hiring a knowledgeable professional will ensure your desired changes are feasible given the age and location of your existing electrical and plumbing systems, composition of your existing wall and floor and your cavity space. They’ll also help you allocate your budget efficiently.
Keep in mind that a small leak can result in hundreds of dollars in repair costs, mildew problems and even insect infestations. It may also mean weeks without a shower.
Bathroom remodeling can be intimidating. Most people don’t know where to start or what questions to ask. The biggest fear is that you’ll be unhappy with your new bathroom after spending a lot of time and money.
Whether you want to install new bathroom fixtures, a new vanity, new tile flooring, or even a total bathroom remodel, re-doing your master bath or smaller bathrooms is still one of the best investments you can make. Bathroom renovations give your home a brand new feeling.
- Bathroom Vanity Tops
- Mirrors, storage, towel bars
- Plumbing Fixtures
- Wall removal / relocation