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The Benefits of Tub to Shower Conversions

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One popular bathroom remodeling project is the bathtub to shower conversion. While some people enjoy baths, renovating your tub can be a wise investment.  A shower not only improves efficiency and saves time and money, but modern shower construction materials and accessories also increase a home’s overall value. There are other benefits to think about when considering a conversion:

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Many people make the decision to replace their tubs with showers as they get older. Physically getting in and out of a tub can become strenuous if not dangerous with old age. You can also design your shower to have fixed seating and other accommodations. Seating options, including folding-style fixed seating are also a possibility. Showers greatly reduce the risk of falling that bathtubs present. If you are getting older, or live with an older family member, a shower is an overall safer option and will put you and your family members’ minds at ease.

Fewer Maintenance Hassles

Overall, bathtubs involve more time in cleaning and maintenance. As water splashes out of a tub onto the floor, moisture can seep under the flooring and into walls spaces. This often results in expensive repairs and mold remediation efforts.

Showers can cause higher humidity in a bathroom, but they are less likely to cause this type of damage. A strong bathroom fan or dehumidifying system also dry any moisture left over from a shower. More importantly, modern shower stalls are made with materials and designs that make cleaning simple. No matter how frequently the tub is cleaned, many homeowners have difficulty with accumulations of mold along caulk lines, soap scum, and hard water minerals along rounded interior surfaces. A shower decreases the chance of these types of accumulations happening with normal cleaning.

Relaxation

If you’re hoping to take back some physical space and reduce water usage, a tub to shower conversion is the perfect choice for you. With a handheld or dual showerhead, you can direct the water flow at one particular area where you need the water the most to soothe painful muscles or joints. Custom shower options also include body jets positioned in the walls of the shower that provide the exact same style of comfort and relief as tub jets.

A tub to shower conversion will add value to your home and save you time, money, and water in the long run. Our expert team can usually replace a tub with an easy-to-use and aesthetically pleasing shower in a single day. Luxury Bath has been proudly helping homeowners in the Greater Columbus region achieve their bathroom design and functionality goals for 20 years. For more information or to request a free conversion estimate, contact us today.

 

Quick Upkeep Tips After A Remodel

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A bathroom remodel is one of the best investments that you can make for your home. With proper care and upkeep, you can keep your new bathroom functioning and looking great for years to come. Here are several upkeep tips to help you maintain the results of the bathroom remodel:

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Water can cause mold and mildew to build up in your bathroom. Because of this, it is important to clean up moisture as soon as possible You should have everyone in your home wipe down the walls with a squeegee after they shower. Using water repellant on walls to help prevent soap scum and mineral buildup is also a good idea. This will save you lots of time and effort spent scrubbing and deep cleaning.

Keeping a window open in your bathroom is also a great way to reduce moisture. The more air that is circulated throughout your bathroom, the dryer the area will be.

Alternative Cleaning Methods

Many store-bought cleaners can leave behind toxic remnants. Because of this, it is always a good idea to use homemade cleaners when possible. Vinegar and baking soda create a powerful combination that can be used to clean faucets, pipes, and showerheads. This homemade alternative both better for the longevity of your bathroom and also environmentally friendly.

In addition to making your own cleaners, add baby oil to your cleaning routine. By adding a little bit of baby oil to a cloth and cleaning off appliances, you’ll keep your remodel bright, shiny, and looking as good as new.

Switch to Liquid Soap

Using liquid soap when possible will help to keep your bathroom neat and clean. Bar soap produces scum and leaves behind streaks and build up. It also harbors bacteria and creates a mess over time. Liquid soap is a neat, efficient way to keep things clean.

Keep Your Bathroom Clutter-Free

Over time, it is easy for your bathroom to become cluttered with deodorants, soaps, gels, and shampoos. A clutter-free bathroom not only looks better, but is cleaner and easier to maintain. Go through and get rid of any bathroom products that you don’t use or need.

If you still have trouble keeping your bathroom clutter-free, then you may need extra storage space. Purchasing storage cubbies or decorative baskets are a cute way to make extra storage space.

Clean Your Grout

Grout can be found in the crevices of your shower tile. Many people neglect cleaning this part of their bathroom, which can lead to growth and build up of mold and mildew. To effectively get rid of grout, mix bleach and warm water. This will remove any growth and get rid of bacteria. For optimal results, plan on cleaning your grout every month or so.

These upkeep tips will ensure that your remodel stays beautiful and clean for years to come. If you have any questions about remodel upkeeping, or you are considering a bathroom remodel, give us a call at Luxury Bath today!

Caring for Bathroom Tile

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Bathroom tile can be a beautiful compliment to any beautifully decorated bathroom. Properly caring for your bathroom tile can be a bit of challenge, but if you do it properly, it can help your tile last for years to come. Because of its’ frequent use, the bathroom requires a lot of maintenance. Follow these time-saving tips to keep your bathroom looking clean:

Stay Away from Harsh Cleaners

More abrasive cleaners may get the job done, but they can also cause your tile grout to wear and down and eventually begin to crack. Even small cracks can be a perfect spot for mold and mildew to develop. Instead, use mild soap and water for light cleanings, and gentle or specialized cleaners for more stubborn stains.

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Sealing your tiles on a regular basis minimizes wear and tear. This is especially true with tiles frequently exposed to water, such as ones on shower walls, bathroom countertops, or flooring with tiles near the bathtub/shower area. Be sure to choose a sealer made for your tiles specific location and material.

Keep a Squeegee Handy

If there’s one tool you’ll want to keep on deck at all times in your bathroom, it’s a squeegee. First, use a towel to wipe up any visible moisture, such as spilled water on tiles near the sink or on shower walls. Then use the squeegee to easily brush away any excess moisture to reduce your odds of growing mold or mildew.

Be Mindful of Signs of Mold

Doing regular visual inspections to check for signs of these common bathroom growths can reduce your odds of having a big problem on your hands. If you spot a few spores or signs of mold-related growth, a store-bought grout cleaner can usually do the trick. But if the problem is more widespread, hire a professional cleaning service. Either way, deal with the issue as quickly as possible.

Clean Grout Lines

The cement-based mixture that fills the spaces between bathroom tiles is where stains usually show up first. Keep your tile grout clean and free of potentially harmful contaminants by using either mild bleach or a grout cleaning product. If there are existing stains, let the cleaner sit for about 10-15 minutes before cleaning it with a scrub brush or toothbrush. Avoid scrubbing tiles directly so you don’t accidentally scratch the material.  

Know When It’s Time for Replacement

Cleaning tiles on a regular basis can prevent serious issues with your tile flooring and can help it last for quite a while. However, there are circumstances in which it is necessary to replace flooring. If your flooring has an excessive buildup of mold or mildew, or if it is beginning to crack, talk to a professional about replacement options.

Caring for your tile floors can be simple and can keep them looking beautiful and functional for years to come. If you have questions about flooring or you are looking to redecorate, contact the experts at Luxury Bath today!

Choosing the Right Bathroom Flooring

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A large part of any bathroom remodel is the flooring. New flooring can be the cherry on top of a perfect decorating scheme. With selecting new bathroom flooring, however, comes some big decisions. It is important to choose the right flooring material for you and your space.

Tile

Tile is the most durable and customizable material that you can use in your bathroom. One of the biggest advantages of tile is that it offers a wide range of colors and textures. Tile is also a front-runner in regards to longevity and overall investment value. It is easy to clean, durable, and can even be heated to offset cold temperatures in the winter.

It is important to note that tile needs upkeep and maintenance to keep its appearance. Without proper cleaning, both tile and grout can grow discolored.

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The vinyl materials available today look and perform much better than the brittle sheets or loosening sticky tiles that past vinyl options offered. A sheet vinyl is a cheap alternative that can maintain the appearance of wood or tile. Vinyl also has minimal seaming, which makes it a good choice for bathroom areas. It is more durable than wood and other flooring alternatives. Overall, vinyl is a cost-effective and accident proof flooring alternative.

Wood

While wood or high-quality laminates look warm and inviting in an otherwise cold room, there are a few things to be wary of. Wood does not react well with water, making it a risky choice for a bathroom setting. Although organic wood offers a unique and beautiful look, it can be more trouble than it is worth. Should you choose wood flooring, be ready for regular and prompt maintenance.

Accessories

With any of these options, you can add softness, color, and water absorption to the room by including strategically placed small rugs. For a spa-like feel, you can incorporate teak or river-rock mats to complement your vision. A rug also offers the peace of mind of a slip resistant surface while toweling off.

The right flooring varies from person to person and bathroom to bathroom. Budget, functionality, and look are all things to consider when it comes to remodeling. As always, if you have any questions or bathroom needs, come visit us at Luxury Bath. Our experts will help you explore and select the perfect flooring options for you!

Best Paints and Colors For Your Bathroom

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Bathrooms can make a huge impact on the overall aesthetic of your home. Many people have outdated bathrooms because of the common misconceptions surrounding the ease and cost of remodeling a bathroom. One quick way to spruce your bathroom up without a full remodel is to reconsider your color scheme.

Looking at Paint Samples

It can be hard to determine a good color because typically the bathroom receives the least amount of natural light in the home. It is important to get samples and paint cards to test the color before applying it to the walls. The exact colors you see in photos or magazines can be a good option to use as samples because this is generally how they will actually look under the hue of artificial light. Even colors that seem neutral can have vibrant undertones, so it’s important to test your paint cards and look at it them different times of the day before deciding.

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You can pick your colors based on a variety of factors. Think about what look you are going for- is it tranquil and serene? Bold and colorful? Trendy and stylish? You want to pick something that will last over a long period of time as you don’t want to have to repaint any time soon. Soft and neutral colors like light gray and sage greens will provide a relaxing and spa-like feel, and you can also pair neutrals with pops of other colors through accessories and decorations. With neutrals, you can change these accent colors out whenever you want as opposed to repainting the whole powder room. Whites and creams give bathrooms a very clean, high-end feel and pair well with marbles and white trim. Bright colors like blues, greens, and oranges, provide a punch of color and personality to a smaller space and can be toned down with white and neutral accents.

Finding a Flow

You also want to choose samples that match things in the room that you will not be remodeling, for instance, the flooring. For a cohesive feel throughout the whole powder room, it’s important to make sure all of the colors flow and there’s consistency throughout the theme of the powder room, with the colors, the flooring, the tub, the vanity, and countertops. Your powder room will look more complete and high end if it all flows together, and paints can be a great way to tie it all together.

Paint Type

Although when you walk into a home improvement store there are always a variety of wall colors to choose from, another important decision you need to make is type is what type of paint to use. One of the best paint options is semi-gloss. The texture gives it a shiny and sealed finish. This is ideal for bathrooms as it repels moisture and will prevent mold and mildew from developing. Typically all paints at the glossier end of the spectrum will resist mold and mildew well. 

Repainting your bathroom is a great way to get a fresh new look. It’s an inexpensive way to update your space if you’re not ready for a full remodel. If you have questions about paint colors or remodeling your bathroom in general, give Luxury Bath a call today.

 

Getting Rid of Mold and Mildew in Bathrooms

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Maintaining a home is a full-time task, and while all rooms need upkeep and maintenance, some need more than others. Of all the rooms in a home, bathrooms are one of the rooms that get the most use and often require the most attention while cleaning. One of the biggest issues in bathrooms can be the build-up of mold and mildew. Follow these tips to prevent and eradicate this problem in your home.

Breeding Ground for Problems

Bathrooms can become an easy breeding ground for germs, mold, and mildew. This is largely due to the regular usage of hot water which puts moisture and steam into the air. Areas around bathtubs and showers, as well as toilets and sinks, can become high spore growth spots that need sanitizing and dehumidifying daily.

It should be noted that mold and mildew can grow on the: ceiling, walls, cabinets, toilets, fixtures, and floor if the moisture is not readily removed. Prevention of spore growth in these locations is the number one way to protect them from having significant problems. While cleaning with standard cleaners may work well in kitchens and laundry areas, spore growth is more complicated in bathrooms.

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Overall prevention of spore growth in bathrooms requires a more diligent approach and more aggressive types of cleaners. The number one cleaner for getting rid of these spores is bleach. This can include either a water and bleach mixture or a cleaner with bleach as a primary ingredient.

If any spores or blackened areas start to show on any fixtures, cabinetry, tubs, showers, walls or ceiling areas, the use of a bleach mixture is the quickest way to alleviate its growth and remove the spores completely.

In addition, it should be noted that prevention can be key in keeping the spores from growing. Bathing areas should always be properly aired out after showers and baths. The use of a properly installed vent fan is often the best way to ensure that the room dries out properly. If there is a shower curtain, it is recommended that they be opened and spread out so the spores do not begin to grow from moisture build up.

Consistency is Key

Regular maintenance is the key to a mold and mildew free bathroom. Consistently keeping the room as dry as possible and having a regular cleaning schedule will help prevent the growth of spores. A full bathroom deep clean once a week should do the trick. Over time, upgrades will also become necessary as fixtures get worn and outdated from their repeated usage.

Mold and mildew are inconvenient and gross, but with proper maintenance and prevention, you can make sure your bathroom is good as new. And when it’s time to upgrade your bathroom and appliances, make sure to come see us at Luxury Bath!

Spring Cleaning Tips from Luxury Bath

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Can A Bathroom Be Spring Cleaned? You Bet!

Spring cleaning usually involves clearing closets, cabinets, and storage areas on unwanted clutter. We wash windows, refinish floors, and prep the windows and doors for warm weather. What about the bathroom? Some bathrooms have no windows, which means mold and mildew growing over the long winter. Because of this, it is important to deep clean bathrooms as well!

Supplies

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Just working with a can of scrubbing bubbles and a sponge might not cut it. Here are the supplies we recommend you pick up for this endeavor:

  • Microfiber cloths
  • White vinegar
  • Baking soda
  • Seventh Generation cleaning liquids (these are all natural with no harmful chemicals)
  • Dusting cloths
  • Swiffer mop or microfiber mop
  • Lemon juice
  • Olive oil or coconut oil
  • Spray bottle with water

Cabinets

Many bathrooms have wooden cabinets. To dust and clean them, mix in a small jar one half cup lemon juice to two cups olive or coconut oil. Shake until well mixed, then dust your wood cabinets. It’s a natural alternative to cleaning chemicals and will make the wood glow.

Glass and Mirrors

Some people mix dish liquid with vinegar and water to wash glass and mirrors. However, the dish liquid isn’t really necessary. Lemon juice or vinegar and water will clean most everything.

Close the glass shower door after you’ve turned on the hot water. Allow the steam to build up, and then shut the shower off. On the glass shower walls, apply a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Let sit for a few minutes, then wipe off. Spray with water. Wipe down with microfiber cloths to prevent mildew.

Floor and Wall Tiles

Close the shower door again with hot water running for steam. Use either the Seventh Generation cleaners or a mixture of vinegar, lemon, and water. Apply the cleaner to the tile walls and floors, then close the door. In a few minutes, shut off the shower. With a Swiffer or a microfiber mop, remove the moisture from the ceiling.

Wipe off the tile walls and floors. If not all dirt was removed from the grout, apply a paste of vinegar and baking soda. Scrub with a toothbrush. If it still won’t come clean, then a professional formula should be applied.

Tips For Deep Cleaning the Bathroom

Now the windows, mirrors, walls and floors are clean, it’s time to deep clean the sink and toilet. One of the best tips we’ve seen for cleaning the toilet and sink is to sprinkle in baking soda. After a few minutes, pour in vinegar. It will sizzle and bubble. When it’s finished bubbling, rinse it. It will shine like new!

Faucets and Shower Heads

Next you’ll need plastic sandwich baggies and rubber bands. In the baggie, mix vinegar, baking soda, and water. Wrap the faucets and shower head with the baggie. Let them sit for a couple of hours or overnight. Then, remove them and wipe them down. Your faucets and shower head will shine!

These simple tips and tricks should be all the cleaning you need to make your bathroom shine like new. If your bathroom needs more than just a little freshening up this spring season, give Luxury Bath a call to get started on your dream bathroom!

Updating Your Bathroom Decor for Spring

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While you make time for de-cluttering, cleaning and storing winter clothes, welcome spring by sprucing up your bathroom, too! With new décor, colors, and creativity, a dull area becomes a dazzling paradise. Take a peek at our tips below to get a fresh spring look in your bathroom!

A Dash of Color

Nothing says springtime like bright colors. Get rid of black, white, brown, gray, beige, navy blue, and neutral shades and aim for colorful bath decor. Mint, yellow, red, pink, green, and purple shades are great standout colors to incorporate into the room. If changing the wall color to be brighter is too much for you, however, use bright pops of color in the vanity, artwork, or vases to get the same feel.

Get Decorative

Designs and knickknacks add personality to any room. Stripes, shapes, and patterns on towels, shower curtains, window curtains, bathroom accessory sets, mirrors, and artwork enhance that personality. Embrace the shape of the decorative piece (likely a square or rectangle) in multiple areas to create balance in the space. Quirky accent pieces such as artwork, sculptures, or trinkets tell a story through their detailed designs.

Elements of Nature

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Flowers, plants, and beach pieces will give a spa-like, natural element of the area. It makes the room feel fresh, intimate, and special. Flowers in vases, potted plants, seashells, and conch shells are examples of different natural elements to add to your space. Accessories made of brick, stone, or wood work well also. You could even add a reclaimed wood wall or shelves to give some texture to the room.

Add Storage Solutions

It’s impossible to have too much storage space in bathrooms. When shelving is too full to store unused items, portable storage space may be your solution. Portable storage items make bath items easy to access while being stylish. Baskets, bath storage racks, shower caddies, and countertop organizers are great storage options. Larger rooms can add small bath cabinets, over the toilet storage, and ladder shelves for more  space.

Mirrors on the Wall

A mirror is a staple in bathrooms for enlarging the room, so updating the mirror with a new frame will make it pop. If you have only space for small mirrors, we recommend adding multiple to create symmetry. You could even replace one large mirror with two smaller ones to enlarge the space and allow for more creativity. Pair mirrors with sunlight and new lighting fixtures, and the mirror-light combo will illuminate the space.

Light it Up

Let light brighten the area through natural and indoor light. You may even want to replace darker shades or curtains with white or see-through ones if you can. Adding bright, new light fixtures help a space appear brighter and refreshed as well. That could even become a fun spring DIY project – painting old light fixtures to give them a new look!

As you can see, paint jobs and renovation overhauls aren’t necessary to turn bathrooms from drab to fab. Swapping home decor to and from the area will have a major impact on the appearance and vibe without spending thousands to achieve a similar result. Even if Ohio’s weather isn’t ready to welcome spring gracefully, welcome it in the bathroom using accessories.

If you’re looking to give your bathroom a complete or partial update besides fresh paint and accessories, contact us today to get started!

Planning a One-Day Remodel While Mom is Away

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Trying to surprise your mom is a tough proposition–especially when you’re looking at a remodeling project. You know that she’ll be quickly frustrated by a half-done room that’s difficult or impossible to use, so surprising her while she’s away is one of the most effective ways to get that remodeling project taken care of. If you’re planning a one-day remodeling project, however, make sure that you’re appropriately prepared for the process. 

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If you’re going to finish your remodeling project in a day, you need to know exactly what you want to do. Work closely with your contractor as you discuss details like color scheme, how much remodeling you really need to do, and other key attributes of the project. The better prepared you are, the more likely you’ll be able to complete your project effectively. 

Step Two: Let Your Contractor Evaluate the Space

There’s nothing worse than diving in with a project that’s supposed to take a single day, only to find significant problems with your home that will lead to more difficulty. Bring your contractor in when Mom’s not home and let them take a look at the space. They may be able to predict issues like mold behind the walls, uneven surfaces, or tile problems before they start the project, allowing you to assess whether or not you can really complete that project in a day. 

Step Three: Prioritize

When you’re working on a remodeling project, things often fail to go exactly according to plan. Those tiles you just had to have for the bathroom walls will fail to stick, or the vanity will come apart as you’re trying to take it out, or you’ll discover that an unexpectedly wet day makes it take twice as long as usual for the paint to dry. By creating a priority list, you’ll be able to decide what pieces of the project can wait until another day if you need to finish up fast. 

Step Four: Prepare

In order to truly remodel a space in a single day, you need to be prepared. All of the items you need should be purchased ahead of time, from new mirrors to towel bars. The last thing you need to do is spend your day running back and forth to your local store. Make sure that you’ve chosen materials that work well together and that will effectively fit into your space in order to streamline the remodeling process. 

Step Five: Stick With It

A one-day remodeling project is not the time to decide that you want to turn your original ideas upside down. Instead, make sure that you’re willing to live with your original plan–and more importantly, that Mom will be! Last-minute changes can extend the time necessary to complete the project, leaving you with a half-finished room when Mom gets home. 

Choosing the right contractor is critical to ensuring a smooth remodeling project, especially if you want to do it in a single day. Carefully preparing and letting the contractor know what you’re doing, however, will ensure a smooth process that will result in a great surprise when Mom comes home.

3 Tips for Making Your Bathroom Remodel Affordable

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Many homeowners would love to get a quality bathroom remodel, but the cost of the project can be a major deterrent. Product costs, labor costs, and the inconvenience of having your bathroom out of commission for days at a time can traditionally add up to an expensive final bill. With Luxury Bath, that’s not the case.

While some remodeling companies deserve their reputation for producing horror stories, Luxury Bath is different. We help our clients achieve the bathroom of their dreams for the most affordable price possible. Here’s how:

1. Set A Budget

The first thing you need to do to get an affordable bathroom remodel is figure out exactly how much you want to spend. Reputable bathroom re-modelers will always ask what your budget looks like up front, but some prefer to leave you swaying in the wind. This way, they can charge you for all sorts of things without you realizing it, leaving you responsible for a hefty bill. 3 Tips for Making Your Bathroom Remodel Affordable-how-to-make-a-bathroom-remodel-afforadable

Some people believe that price is an indication of quality and choose an expensive option to ensure quality parts and labor, but this is not necessarily the case. Our staff experts strive to give you the quality you deserve at a price you can afford, allowing you to get all of the features you need to make your dream bathroom a reality.

2. Make A Plan

Once you know how much you can spend, you can start piecing together exactly what you want to have done. Start with your necessities or the things that you absolutely must have in the bathroom remodel to be worth it for you. This includes essentials such as a functioning sink if your current one drips, but it can also include any extras you have your heart set on. For example, if you really, really want a seashell-themed decor, go ahead and label it a necessity.

Filling out the rest of the space can be a little trickier. Our experts will be happy to discuss options with you to make the process a little less intimidating. We offer an incredible selection of furnishings that cater to every budget and taste, and we won’t try to sell you something out of your price range.

Skipping this step is probably the best way to turn your remodel into a disaster. If no plan’s in place, you’ll end up choosing items randomly without regard to price or even cohesiveness. The result is generally an expensive mess.

3. Hire Luxury Bath

Finally, professional installation ensures that your project stays on time and on budget. Attempting the work yourself is likely to go awry, at which point you’ll need to pay an expert more to fix it than you would have to get them to handle it in the first place.

At Luxury Bath, we offer one-day installations for many of our customers. This keeps your labor costs to a minimum while simultaneously ensuring that your budget and plan are followed to the letter.

The three tips above can help you remodel your bathroom for an affordable price. Contact us today to learn more!