Kitchens and Baths
Kitchen and bathroom remodels are a staple of our business and we do a lot of them. These two areas of the home tend to take a bit more abuse than the rest of the home and hiring a experienced and qualified contractor is important to ensuring your new kitchen or bath is not only beautiful but also durable.
Our process starts from a full demo of the room followed by upgrades to the structure, electrical, and plumbing systems. Then we rebuild from there. This allows us to ensure the greatest value for your renovation budget. It may be less expensive to cut a few corners in this process but we have found the extra expense associated with a full renovation is small in comparison to the total cost of the project.
Here are a few pictures from a recent bathroom remodel we did. This was an entire gut down to the studs and the owner requested extensive tile work. All the electrical and plumbing was updated in this bathroom ensuring a safe and functional space. The drywall is mold resistant green board, (this is all we use in bathrooms), and all tile is set on cement board. This will ensure the room stays clean and mold free for the life of the bathroom.
We used the 12x12 tiles on the wall with a 2x2 boarder and a bull-nose on the top where the tile meets the drywall. we also let in several 6x6 tiles in key areas as accents. On the floor we laid a pinwheel pattern using the same tile for a monochromatic, but distinctly different look. There is also a 4" ledge the customer requested. it has a bronze bull-nose which matches the rest of the fixtures in the bathroom.
This room had an interesting knee wall separating the toilet from the vanity which got a few custom tile features.
We decided to get rid of the backsplash that came with the vanity and but it up directly with the tile.
This really helped keep this area from looking too busy and highlighted the clean lines of the vanity.
This picture showes the ledge the customer designed. It came out looking great and its very functional.