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Tile is one of the most popular and versatile materials to use in your bathroom shower. Many homeowners update their bathroom shower tiles every 10 to 15 years to keep up with the latest trends in home design, as well as keep their shower looking clean and bright.

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You've looked at dozens of samples for your new countertops. After deliberating on all the colors, textures, and maintenance involved, you've finally settled on the material and are done with your countertop decisions. Well, not quite.

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A kitchen or bath remodel is consistently a home project with a strong return on investment. According to Remodeling Magazine, in the South Atlantic region, a kitchen remodel costing $20,000 will recoup more than 80 percent of its value, and a bathroom remodel in this same price range will...

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What’s the first thing that catches your eye when you walk into your bathroom? Hopefully it’s not the mess on the bathroom sink, although that's inevitable from time to time. Most of us would prefer to create a visual masterpiece that is pleasing to the eye and will bring oohs and aahs from your...

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Times are changing, and with that, we are seeing more and more homeowners want a tub-to-shower conversion. Whether it be because soaking in a warm tub is no longer a part of their busy lives or a Veteran needs assistance, we at Kitchen & Bath Center will be by you each step of the way.

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The shower curtain is a perfectly respectable way to keep the water inside your shower and off your bathroom floor and décor, but if you want to opt for something more custom and permanent, today’s shower door options can’t be beaten.

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There are a lot of tutorials online about how to install a kitchen backsplash, but based on our experience, this is one seemingly simple project that is best left to a professional installer. 

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That’s a great question and you are not alone if you’re asking it. In fact, marketplace confusion resulted in the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) starting a porcelain certification program back in 2007 to prevent problems that were occurring when non-porcelain tile was advertised as...

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Most of us focus on the big-ticket items to turn heads when it comes to a kitchen and bathroom remodel, but don’t underestimate the impact of the smaller, finishing touches. Often time, these are the opportunities when homeowners can really inject their own personalities and passions into the...

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Are you looking for that “wow” factor in your new kitchen? Consider adding a backsplash that doubles as a work-of-art, literally. The backsplash is that area of your kitchen wall above the counters and below the upper cabinets or the ventilation hood. Backsplashes started for functional purposes...

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