The homeowner’s were referred to us by an existing client. The second floor bathroom ended up being the first of three remodels that we completed for this client last year. They wanted to remove the claw foot tub and install a walk in shower. We were able to get creative by utilizing an existing plumbing chase to give them a better layout for the room. The tub, pedestal sink, toilet, drywall, flooring, beadboard ceiling and moulding were all removed. We reconfigured the bathroom by framing a new wet wall. This allowed us to not only create the space for the shower, but also provide privacy for the toilet area. The corners were softened by adding 45° angles. New drywall was installed throughout. A bench was framed for the walk in shower. 12×12 porcelain tile was used for the shower surround with a custom hybrid shower enclosure. A beautiful piece of leathered granite was used for the bench and vanity top. 12×24 porcelain tile was selected for the wall tile finished with a mosaic tile that doubles as the vanity’s backsplash. We chose a matching custom vanity and linen cabinet. A soothing Conservative Gray by Sherwin Williams compliments the tile and stone for the wall color. The bathroom floor is an LVP by Shaw. The room was finished with brushed brass hardware and fixtures.
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How to find the RIGHT contractor for your home improvement?
- Do your homework
- Verification of the NC state license can easily be done online
- Check the Better Business Bureau rating
- Read reviews of the contractor online
- Get an idea of the project budget
- Ask for references
- Get 2 to 3 quotes
- Recognize a sales pitch versus a contractor who is able to speak intelligently about your project.
- Estimates are rarely apples to apples, but this will allow you to pick the one you feel is the best fit for you and your project.
- Does the contractor ask you to pull the permit – if so the company may not be licensed or the license may not be in good standing with city or state
- Ask questions, and take notes
- NC state license?
- Does the general contractor use licensed subcontractors?
- Insurance? Not just auto, how about general liability
- Ask for pictures of previous work – are they just “after” pictures or do they have before and after?
- Will you deal with the same person throughout the remodel or just the day you sign the contract and the final walk thru?
- What kind of warranty? Tail light warranty or the industry standard.
- GET IT IN WRITING – a contract requires 3 parts
- Terms (proposal)
- Acceptance (signature)
- Payment (deposit)