Large walk-in showers, spacious closets, custom cabinets, amazing tile designs, and so much more- give yourself the getaway you deserve!
A renovated bathroom adds value to your home, updates its style, and, of course, can improve the quality of the time spent in this useful space. Why not introduce some updates to this all-important area that will serve you and your family for years to come?
Whether you plan to renovate a simple powder room or a master en suite, we can help you. Below are just some of the services we provide to help your bathroom renovation stand the test of time:
Whether you plan to renovate a simple powder room or a master en suite, we can help you. These are some things we can do for your bathroom to ensure that your renovated bathroom stands the test of time.
Consider recessed light fixtures throughout your ceiling to brighten up the room, including the ceiling of your shower. You may also consider installing a dimmer switch so you can adjust the mood in your bathroom. As for the bathroom mirror, do you prefer aesthetic or functional lighting?
SHOWER OR TUB
You essentially have three options when it comes to bathing: a standalone shower, a freestanding tub, or a shower-tub combo. About 25 years ago, big whirlpool tubs were the trend, often paired with a smaller shower stall. Since then, more homeowners opted for a shower-tub combo to save space and create a more efficient bathroom that still had both options. Now, a separate shower and soaking tub seem to be what buyers are after. We can’t wait to help you find the option that suits you the best!
There is so much variety in design, shape, color, and texture when it comes to choosing tile for your bathroom. A few years ago, tiles mainly were laid down for their functional benefits (resistance to water, durability, low maintenance). Still, today, their aesthetic impact is just as important as their function. Virtually any material can be used to surface walls and floors in the bathroom as long as it’s waterproof. Depending on your budget and style, ceramic, marble, and granite tiles make handsome and highly durable flooring and wall surfaces for baths. For flooring, additional options may include cement (painted or stained), sheet vinyl, or vinyl tiles which are a more inexpensive option (and look better than they used to!) Whatever your choice, always keep in mind other key criteria for choosing your bathroom flooring: durability and slip-resistance.
A bathroom vanity is an important choice in terms of design and function as it can improve the look and feel of your bathroom. One idea we have seen lately is open shelving, which can create the illusion of space in smaller square footage. A few drawers or covered baskets on high shelves can house your private items, and your colorful towels, pretty soaps and washes, and other bathroom decor don’t have to hide in a dark closet any longer.
Another idea is open shelving can create the illusion of space in smaller square footage and with a less weighty wallet hit than cabinets. A few drawers or covered baskets on high shelves can house your private items, and your colorful towels, pretty soaps and washes, and other bathroom decor don’t have to hide in a dark closet any longer.
Ventilation is crucial in a wet room like the bathroom. It is also a tricky task which needs good planning: choosing the right fan, the right position for its installation, and dealing with the electrical wiring. Poor ventilation can leave your bathroom damp, moldy and can even harm your health. A well-ventilated bathroom, however, isn’t just a healthy bathroom. Continual airflow can also prevent the decay of any wooden trim or fixtures and the saturation of building insulation.