Posts Tagged ‘Bathroom Remodel’

Smart Storage for Your Bathroom Remodel

Monday, June 26th, 2017 by Nick Cohen

Bathroom-shelvingOne of the biggest complaints many people have before remodeling a bathroom is the lack of storage. If your home is part of a development, rather than a custom build, this may be something you think about a lot. In fact, even if you chose custom cabinetry from scratch years ago, you may have regrets now.

Bathroom storage is something that will never go out of style. So if you’re remodeling your bathroom and need a little push in the right direction as far as storage is concerned, check out our tips! (more…)

How Quickly Can You Renovate a Bathroom?

Monday, May 1st, 2017 by Nick Cohen

Bathroom-Remodel-Spa-BenchRenovating a bathroom is a stressful time for a homeowner. Even with all of the planning out of the way and the contractors at work, you’re missing a part of your home that you’ve always expected to have use of. It’s an inconvenience that makes some homeowners anxious to finish the job.

You may feel as though a fast renovation is what you’re after if you’re remodeling a bathroom in your home. But it’s important to give it some time, as a bathroom remodel is one job you don’t want to rush. (more…)

6 “Small” Things to Focus on with Any Bathroom Remodel

Monday, April 3rd, 2017 by Nick Cohen

checkered-bathroom-remodel-abcYou’re finally getting the master bathroom you’ve always wanted or changing that half-bath downstairs into a full one. You’re excited to see the big changes–the spa-like tub or the rainfall showerhead or a creative tile design. But are you forgetting to ask your contractor about the details?

Sometimes, the smallest things are what end up making the biggest difference. Don’t forget to focus on these seemingly little things when have your bathroom remodeled. (more…)

Our Best Tips for Designing a Shower during a Bathroom Remodel

Monday, March 6th, 2017 by Nick Cohen

glass-door-shower-bathroom-remodelThe one thing homeowners get really excited about during a bathroom remodel is the shower. If you plan on updating your shower, you’ve likely got an idea in mind already. Homeowners are always quick to tell us what their dream shower looks like when planning a bathroom remodel. But we believe it’s important to explore your options first, to see what you may be missing that you may not have considered before.

We hope these tips may help you to find a feature you love to add to your new shower, or perhaps you may be inspired to revise your previous plans. For more ideas about your bathroom remodel in LA, contact an expert contractor to talk you through.

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What Comes First with a Bathroom Remodel?

Monday, January 23rd, 2017 by Nick Cohen

bathroom-remodeling-completeFirst things first. A bathroom remodel is a long process, and you’re going to want to be as prepared as possible before the job begins. If you’re researching the early steps of a remodel, you’re off to a great start! Many people ask us what they should prepare to do first and foremost when they start their bathroom remodel because they want as much preparation as possible.

However, what we tell them is different than they may expect. You might be curious about whether your bathtub will go in first, or that vanity you’ve had your eye on. But as you will see, there are a lot of “first steps” that need to be completed before you move on to the exciting installation—which is just another reason it’s so important to hire a licensed and bonded contractor! (more…)

What Homeowners Wish They Knew Before Their Bath Remodel

Monday, January 9th, 2017 by Nick Cohen

Our contractors do whatever they can to help homeowners feel prepared for a bathroom remodel. Choosing the wrong materials or neglecting to really spend time thinking through the design can cause some regret, and we think it’s important to have a space you love, the first time around.

We’ve heard a lot of people who try DIY bath remodels say there are many things they wish they had known or been able to do differently. We want to share those with you to help you from making some of the same mistakes. (more…)

Rethink Your Bathroom Décor for a Spacious Remodel

Monday, December 19th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Many homeowners have one goal in mind when it comes to a remodel. Often, the main goal is space—expanding the square footage of the bathroom so people have more room to move around and get ready in the mornings.

If space is the goal for your bathroom remodel, don’t neglect the other elements that bring a bathroom together. Here are three reasons you should rethink your entire décor scheme if you really want to take advantage of an opportunity to remodel. (more…)

How Long Will It Take to Remodel My Bathroom?

Monday, November 14th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Remodeling a bathroom can raise the ROI (return on investment) you can expect if you sell your home. But perhaps more importantly, a remodeled bathroom makes your home a much more welcoming and comfortable place to be.

With a new shower, tub, sink, cabinetry, faucet, and more, you feel more relaxed, and it might make your morning and nightly routines a whole lot easier. But how much time will it take from beginning to end? (more…)

4 Ways to Make Your Bathroom More Comfortable for Everyone

Monday, October 31st, 2016 by Nick Cohen

Some of the people in your life may be living with disabilities or chronic pain that makes it difficult to navigate smaller spaces. While you may not think much about how comfortable you feel in the bathroom, a family member may feel discomfort in a way that’s difficult to understand. You can make your bathroom more comfortable for everyone who visits or lives there with these bathroom add-ins. (more…)

Remodel for a Low Maintenance Bathroom

Monday, October 24th, 2016 by Nick Cohen

The bathroom is, of course, not a room you could do away with. But sometimes, you wish you didn’t have to care for it so often.

Cleaning and maintaining a bathroom can be tough work. It can be difficult to keep a bathroom looking shiny and new when you have kids or a busy lifestyle. Plus, bathroom plumbing components can run into a lot of problems over time, simply because they get more use than other plumbing components in your home. (more…)