Bathroom Remodel

Our Favorite Remodeling Trends for 2016

By | 2016-01-05T17:37:41+00:00 January 5th, 2016|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor tips, Countertops, Kitchen Remodel, Remodeling, Remodeling Projects, Shower Remodel, Soaker Tub|

It's a brand new year, and it's a great time to think about what you want your home to look like and how to make it happen!  Here are our favorite design and remodeling trends for 2016 to give you some ideas. Add Space to Your Kitchen Have a formal dining room next to your

Granite vs. Onyx Countertops – Which is Best for Your Home?

By | 2015-09-17T15:59:48+00:00 September 17th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Contractor tips, Countertops, Kitchen Remodel, Remodeling|

Both granite and onyx are beautiful, exotic, natural stone choices for your countertops, but it's important to know what the differences are before you make your decision. Granite vs. Onyx: The Basics The differences between granite and onyx go down to the most basic level.   Granite is an igneous rock, mostly quartz, that is

Angie’s List Super Service Award: 4 Years Running!

By | 2015-08-26T18:26:52+00:00 August 26th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Countertops, Flooring, Kitchen Remodel, Media Wall, Remodeling, Remodeling Projects, Shower Remodel|

Angie’s List is a website community that helps consumers looking for business services  to find the best services available in different industries and on a local scale. The website has helped millions of people find great services by forming a community that grades businesses and services on how satisfactory their service was to the consumer.

Whoops! Include Non-Slip Tiles in Your Bathroom

By | 2015-08-06T18:20:03+00:00 August 6th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Contractor tips, Flooring, Remodeling|

The smallest room in your house could be the most dangerous. More than a third of the injuries sustained in a home happen in the bathroom while showering or bathing. Over 14 percent occur while using the toilet. This number increases with age; people over 85 suffer over half of their injuries near the toilet, women more than men.

Why Radiant Heated Flooring Is a Smart Luxury

By | 2015-06-11T14:49:49+00:00 June 11th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Contractor tips, Flooring, Remodeling, Remodeling Projects|

Heated Ceramic Tile. Ahhh…so many benefits lie tucked under the hard surface of this powder room luxury that most people never even consider. Let us uncover the magnificent details for you. You will thank us for the rest of your life, every time you step foot in your new bathroom. Warm Feet Ceramic tiles are

Remodel Your House with Aging In Mind

By | 2015-05-14T20:32:09+00:00 May 14th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Contractor tips, Remodeling Projects, Soaker Tub, Walk-in Tub|

401Ks and Roth IRAs aren’t the only way to prepare for your golden years. Many people nearing retirement age are opting not to move, but to improve their own home to accommodate certain conditions typical of later life. Some home remodel projects can make your home safer and more comfortable as you age in place. Aging is a

Compromised Mobility? Consider a Walk-In Shower Remodel

By | 2015-05-06T22:10:44+00:00 May 6th, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor, Contractor tips, Remodeling, Remodeling Projects, Shower Remodel|

One of the hottest trends in remodel projects today is actually one that could provide most useful to folks with limited accessibility to conventional bathing options. This concept turns what we’ve always imagined about the bathroom on its head…and opens up a whole new way of thinking! Who Needs A Door? The first mental hurdle to jump is

Make Ergonomics Work for You in Kitchen Redesign

By | 2015-04-22T16:09:46+00:00 April 22nd, 2015|Bathroom Remodel, Contractor tips, Countertops, Kitchen Remodel, Remodeling, Remodeling Projects|

Bending. Kneeling. Stretching. Walking. Opening. Closing. Pulling. Reaching…. Just a typical work out in the most popular room of the house: the kitchen! “Ergonomics” stems from Greek root words “ergo” meaning work and “noimo” meaning natural laws. The term’s concept is all about productivity and prevention. Anticipating the way you always use an appliance, instrument or feature, and