Time for New

What Difference a Remodel can Make !

This much small but efficient bathroom was out of date with all the colored 4×4 tiles, from the shower to vanity. Taking out the half wall by the toilet opened up the space for a larger vanity for more storage. New solid surface shower surround was installed for less maintenance and to brighten the enclosure.

Scope of Work:  

Demo…lots of demo, electrical, plumbing, drywall, and painting.

Where to Begin….

The first step is to develop an idea of what you want out of your bathroom remodel. Start by writing a prioritized list of your needs and wants. Look at magazines, websites and collect pictures of bathroom makeovers you like. You can even create an idea binder with everything you have collected about your bathroom remodeling project.

The more clearly you can envision your new bathroom design the better prepared you’ll be in making your decisions. Think about shower and sink fixtures, vanity styles, colors, and lighting. Try to imagine any special features you want in the newly remodeled space.





Basement Bathroom

This new 6ft x 8ft bathroom is located in the basement level of the home. We use the space to build this bathroom in front of their 6ft closet. We framed in the closet door opening and relocated the entrance at the end of closet to be accessed through the a smaller closet next door.

Scope of Work:

We needed to relocate plumbing by cutting concrete, we moved and added needed electrical, new drywall and painted.  With keeping with the décor and finishes true to the home’s character, we incorporated and used materials that would blend well. The new lighting and lighter paint color really brighten up the space. The homeowners wanted to keep their existing carpet so we pulled it and rolled back out for the remodel. When we were finished we had our flooring contractor come back and cut, stretch and relay the carpet.

By choosing budget friendly in stock products, the homeowners were able to keep the overall costs down on this project and achieve the a much need 2nd bathroom. Products purchased: new shower unit, vinyl plank flooring, vanity and sink top, faucets, toilet, lighting, and accessories i.e. towel bars and toilet paper holder.

Project Completion Time:

6 weeks



Fifties Update

Wall to wall tile covered this 1950‘s bath-room it was time to give this room a make-over! Demo, demo, demo was the theme for a few days of this messy, dusty tile re-moval. We were able to put a bin outside the window to help keep the mess down to a minimum.

All New:

A new vanity cabinet, counter top/sink, faucet, 3 piece shower unit/door were installed. Porcelain wall tile was installed where removal took place to keep with the original style of the home.

Did You Know:

Due to the scope of work the remodel entailed this project lasted about 4 weeks. Plumbing, Electrical, Drywall, Painting, Flooring tile work, and Inspections were all performed. Projects in small spaces can take longer because only one trade can be working on site at a time.