NJ Bathroom Renovation
The first step to any successful bathroom renovation is to obtain accurate room measurements.
A designer will prepare a new layout of the bathroom renovation indicating where all of the plumbing fixtures, cabinetry, lighting, and accessories will be located. We then come up with a realistic budget for your bathroom renovation that satisfies you before starting. This way there are no surprises and hidden costs at the end of the project. We allow the customer unlimited revisions of the contract and 3 revisions of the layout to make sure we reach the ultimate satisfactory level.
Our designers will help you match all of the fixtures, cabinetry, flooring, tile, paint and lighting to ensure seamless uniformity.
We will provide Bathroom vanities, Toilets, Shower fixtures, Steam units, Lighting, Accessories, Tubs, Medicine cabinets and much more.
Nex day white glove delivery! All products stocked in our Bergen County, New Jersey warehouse. Brands like TOTO, Kohler, Rohl, Elkay, Blanco, Caesarstone, Grohe, Duravit, VIlleroy & Boch, Robern, Ronbow and many more!
Day 1 We protect the space and remove all of the demolition debris.
Day 2 Plumbing and building delivery
Day 3 Electrical installation
Day 4-5 Rough inspections of plumbing, building & electrical
Day 6 Sheetrock and spackle. Paint or wall paper
Day 7-8-9 Tile, Flooring
Day 10 Installation of all trim plumbing, electrical, and building
Day 11 Shower doors, measure and install
Day 12-14 Final plumbing, electrical, and building inspections
***Our contractors clean their workspace on a daily basis; we will put down carpet runners or furniture blankets to protect the rest of your home during the bathroom remodeling process.
Once the project is completed we will have a chance to walk you through and make a list of any “touch ups” that need to be done before completion.
Finally we can have a photo shoot of the project for our portfolio and for a chance for you remodel to be featured in the next Kitchen & Bath design magazine.
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