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Bath Remodel

updates that make a splash

We offer tub-to-shower conversions starting as low as $3,950 and we are the area’s largest fabricators of cultured marble tops, shower surrounds and tubs.

 

Bathroom remodels are one of the most popular home improvement projects because the average bathroom remodel cost has a great return on investment. Not to mention, the bathroom is one of the hardest working rooms in your home and one in which you want to feel comfortable and relaxed. 

Before you plunge into your bathroom remodel project, consider your overall goals:

  1. What is your main goal for your bathroom remodel? For example, is it a more fashionable look, more linen storage space, a larger shower, a separate tub, or something else?
  2. What do you like about your current bathroom?
  3. What do you dislike about your current bathroom?
  4. How long do you plan to live in this home?
  5. What type of investment do you want to make in your bath remodel?

From there, take our bath assessment survey to help plan and prioritize your goals for your bath remodel.

Finally, browse through the hundreds of pictures and bath renovation ideas on our site, visit our state-of-the-art showrooms and meet your personal Kitchen and Bath project manager to guide you through your bathroom remodeling process.

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