Quality workmanship shines thru on our remodeling projects. We combine luxury finishes, basins, cabinetry and appliances from all major brands. We can install new materials and work with your existing flooring, tile, appliances and fixtures. We only use experienced carpenters, painters, dry wall and master plumbers and electricians to build the comfort and elegance you desire.
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Remodeling your kitchen or bathroom is a great investment. You’ll want to make sure you are choosing the right remodeling contractor for your new project. We offer free estimates and will work within your budget. All our jobs are turn-key, therefore you will never be surprised with any additional cost.
Give it a Fresh Coat of Paint.
Giving your space something as simple as a nice new paint job can work wonders. Over time, even the highest quality paint job loses its luster, especially in high traffic areas such as bathrooms, kitchens, hallways and bedrooms. The color does not need to be changed completely, especially since a drastic color change might also involve a change of fixtures and create a larger bathroom-remodeling job than you realistically have time or the tolerance to complete. However, by going a shade or two from the base or simply refreshing your current color scheme, you can make a dull room really shine.
Change your Faucets.
Although you may not have time to change all the bathroom, kitchen or other fixtures, new faucets and lighting are fairly easy to install. There are many different styles available today that can actually achieve a mini bathroom makeover all by themselves. Switching worn or chipped faucets for some of the innovative and stylish options available today will alter the whole feel of the bathroom and save water. Most home improvement stores carry a vast array of options, but you may want to consult with a licensed plumber before you begin switching things over. A flood is the last thing you need right before your company shows up.
Add a Mirror.
Although you probably already have the standard mirror above the sink, adding another, especially a full length one, is one more easy way to give your bathroom a quick make over. A full-length mirror can open a small bathroom right up, giving the illusion that it is far roomier than it actually is.
Check the floor
Most bathroom floors tend to look dingy after a while, whether tiled or carpeted.
Sprucing them up can be as simple as giving tiled floors a good scrub or giving the bathroom carpet a once over with a steam cleaner. If you have tiling that is cracked or chipped replacing them all right is out of the question, so a strategically placed rug is a good temporary fix, although you really should consult a professional later to have them fixed, as water damage to a bathroom floor caused by cracked tiling can eventually lead to mold.
Little Extras Make a Big Difference
Small decorative touches, such as decorative soaps or new set of towels are always a great way to inject a little extra style into any bathroom, big or small.