Planning a Room Addition Project – Go Curbless on your walk in showers
Curbless showers are far superior to the traditional shower with a curb. Stepping up into the shower is inconvenient compared to the ease of walking into a flat floor shower. If you are planning new space for your home it is easy to design and plan to have a curbless shower.
Your Room Addition Contractor can handle the details to make necessary changes to an existing plan to make the changes to execute a curbless shower.
Your curdles design does not require additional floor space. It does require some consideration in the framing directions from the Architect as well as knowledge and skill on the part of the installation crew. Executing this type of shower does not have to add expense to the finish work.
Home renovations can be greatly improved with a good plan from the onset.
Many factors need to be considered when planning a home remodeling project. Your investment of time and money can greatly increase the value of your property well beyond the expense of the renovation when done properly. Many homeowners experience a payback in excess of 100% to their investment with the benefits of working with us, our wholesale pricing on finish materials and the quality installation of our workmen.
Planning for a home remodeling project has many considerations for the homeowner/property owner. There is a budget or the expenses for the project, the design and look of the project, quality and installation of finish materials and length of the installation of the project as well as warranties as well as who will be handling the work.
Budgeting for your home remodeling project may not be easy and you are almost guaranteed that the project will cost more than you are planning. The pricing for a home remodeling project can be manipulated and controlled when you are willing to bend the scope for the finished project. The more rigid your expectations the less likely you will be able to make changes that may save you a considerable amount of time and money.
Make a good plan – A good plan starts with the initial interview at your home. We go over the requirements of your job and discuss alternatives and ideas to help make the space the best it can be. Our experience can help you find areas of consideration to help keep your project within the budget you are comfortable with.
Planning a bathroom remodeling project requires some investigation of bathroom remodeling trends and the costs associated with bathroom upgrades.
Bathroom Layout –
Most bathroom remodels will require that each fixture be placed in the same location as the original design dictated. If you are lucky enough to have the space to move items around then now is the time to consider a change of floor plan.
Walk-In Bathroom Shower –
Changing out a bathtub for a walk-in shower will reduce your Real Estate listing from a “Full Bath” to a “3/4 Bath”. Although this is considered a detriment to listing parties the potential buyer of a property will appreciate the updated look and operation of your bathroom. Consider a full size walk-in shower on your next bathroom remodel.
Bathroom Materials –
Materials change as fashions change in the construction industry. Recently travertine stone has been replaced with ceramic and porcelain tiles once again. The larger tiles of the modern design world have overtaken natural stone finish materials in bathroom remodel trends.
Bathroom Lighting –
Bathroom remodeling trends in lighting make it to where you have more control over the options available. Code requires an occupancy sensor on most projects. Additional circuits can be installed for over the vanity/sink area lighting, inside shower lighting and task lighting.
Quality remodeling contractors perform kitchen and bath projects with quality materials and skilled staff.
Thank you for visiting our website. We will be working to bring you current information about the work we do on projects as they are completed. We like to present to you information on the selected materials installed as well as why they were selected.
Each project we work on is carefully designed by our staff in conjunction with the client as well as Architects and Engineers as needed. Your project will receive the same care from initial consultation (always free) to the design phase and through to completion.
We look forward to hearing from you regarding our website and we hope you find the information here that you need to move your project from concept to a wonderful completion.
Judd and Linda Mcilvain with Rich Hopkins.
Judd “The Troubleshooter” Mcilvain and his wife Linda are pictured here with Rich Hopkins prior to the start of their pool deck renovation. Judd worked in radio and television for many years and invited Rich to be on his talk radio show many times to discuss issues homeowners have in their construction projects. See their remodeled deck here.