Laying Out the Bathroom of Your Dreams!
Very few redesign projects are as exciting as a bathroom remodel. There are countless options in front of you, but a contractor with deep supplier relationships and full-time design pros can help you sort through the choices.
Remodel America can walk you through a bathroom renovation planning like no other Charlotte-area remodeling firm. We’ll begin by looking at your existing floor space to see if your bathtub and shower is meeting every need. We make it fun to look at renovation ideas!
Shower enclosures are amazing these days and we have a huge selection of both bathroom tile and vinly flooring to complete the look. Have you seen the latest in shower closures, shower heads? Perhaps you’d be interesting in the new Vitamin-C shower heads, an emerging healthy alternative. We have an entire line of bathroom hot tubs, too.
Restroom Vanities and Countertop Choices
Bathroom vanities are a specialty for us. Available in a wide variety of stunning styles, the cabinets and granite or quartz countertops are more convenient and stronger than ever. Let us demonstrate the options and put together a combination that maximizes what you get from your floor plan.
We also have a beautiful selection of low-slip and no-slip bath stickers, safety grab bars, shower chairs/seats and raised commode seating.
In-Law Additions / Parent Renovation
And if you need a bathroom addition, or even a bedroom addition, to accomodate an aging relative, we can design a renovation in quick order to help you avoid a crisis. Our team is friendly and we face the very same family issues that you do, so your happiness and convenience is important to us.
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In small, irregular shaped rooms like the bathroom, it is even more so. They need to be functional and accomodate all your stuff while keeping everything easily reachable, they must fit into the available space and make the most of it and on top of it all, they need to look stylish.
Plan for maximizing natural light first, whereas for artificial light it is adviseable you should have least 4 watts of incandescent lighting per square foot. Especially, the points you mentioned about going green, ventilation & anything related to shower whether it may be choosing shower heads or shower valves is vital.
I’ll be sharing this with my potential clients and expounding on budget and timeline to help homeowners set expectations for their projects. Now this is a checklist that I like a lot. Simple and straight forward as well as a good look at the steps you’re getting into before you even start.
It is really stressful if you are not organized and I am afraid that I will break my budget.
It is amazing what good renovators can do, and the work that the people at house cpr do is just that.
The most important thing to have when you are renovating any part of your home is definetly a good contractor, so you can bet that if you hire them you can be worry free. Your home is in good hands with them just look at their past work!
I’m taking out the tub completely and putting in a shower, which should free up a lot of space. You really share a useful step by step information with some awesome pics.
Going “green” is not only good for the environment; it’s also good for you.
On the surface, switching your sink and toilet around may look easy enough, but the problem lies underneath and all the costs involved in moving that plumbing. Besides, if you spend less money on moving fixtures, you’ll have more to spend on that new sleek shower system or vanity you’ve been eyeing.
Assess which projects to do yourself and which are better left to the pros. Be sure to use the same finish, such as stainless steel, aged bronze or brushed nickel, to keep the room looking cohesive. Dim lighting is nice for a relaxing bath; bright lights are great for shaving or applying makeup.
Creating a master suite that really stands out means adding something extra. Take an objective look at your budget and take a realistic approach about what you can afford. Maybe you keep the floor but change out the sink to meet your budget.
It’s often essential to the home and the homeowner’s health that water-damaged or moldy structural elements such as the framing or subfloor be repaired prior to covering it again during the renovation process.
Other typical unforeseen problems can include out-of-date, inadequate or unsafe wiring or plumbing systems. This can mean making sure your contractor uses tile-backing waterproof drywall (also known as green board) where possible, completely seals the floor and shower surround and applies sufficient waterproof caulk around tubs, shower pans and shower fixtures.
Because grout is porous, make sure the contractor seals that, too.
Often used for showers, natural stone and travertine can actually be quite fragile and require special cleaning products. Other materials, such as porcelain tile, may be more durable and easier to clean.
Look for good bargains on decorative items that you can easily replace, such as cabinetry knobs, drawer pulls or lighting. A good rule of thumb is that the space in front of the sink and its cabinet or pedestal needs to be about 30 inches to allow for clearance. When choosing a sink that can receive differing types of hardware, purchase or select the fixture first to ensure it will fit in the new sink.
Depending on what style of vanity or countertop the sink will be installed in, you have several mounting options available. This sink requires that the countertop or vanity have an adequately sized or custom-cut hole to ensure the sink can be dropped in and that the sink’s rim, which supports the sink by resting its lip over the surface, sits flush against the surface.
Unlike drop-in sinks, under-mount sinks are installed directly beneath the countertop surface so that the sink’s bowl begins beneath the surface.
These sinks often feature pedestal setups where the sink, typically porcelain, is supported by a matching porcelain pedestal base. These sinks are designed to appear much like a bowl or another freestanding vessel resting on a countertop.