Bathroom Remodel Contractor

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Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Bathroom Remodel Ideas Regardless of your budget, and no matter what you’re looking for, you can get the bathroom remodel you’ve always wanted with The Home Depot. Bathroom remodeling can be very exciting; it’s your chance to stretch your ideas and create your dream bathing environment. But it’s also important to have a team of design contractors and installers who have years of experience with bathroom remodels. That’s why we only partner with the best authorized, licensed as required, screened and insured local contractors. In fact, our remodeling team consistently earns high marks for any bathroom renovation, projects both small and large. You’ll find the bathroom remodel process hassle-free at The Home Depot. We come to your home – for free – giving you ample time and space to show us exactly what type of bath remodel you’re interested in. Precise, professional measurements are taken to ensure a perfect fit for your unique space. Plus, since you’re working with the nation’s #1 home improvement retailer you’ll have access to all the top brands at incredible savings. Small Bath Remodels Sometimes a simple update is all that’s required to give your bathroom a new, remodeled look and feel. Perhaps a modern, custom vanity or a new sink and faucet combination will provide the small bathroom remodel you’re looking for. Whatever the cost, you can trust The Home Depot to work with you and provide the best products and contractors to remodel and install it the right way. Bathroom Renovation On the other hand, your idea of a bathroom remodel may include a complete bathroom gut and renovation! Our bathroom remodeling contractors have years of experience and expertise with a variety of different renovations and upgrades. When you work with The Home Depot on your remodel, everything from new decorative tile for your walls and floor, updates to your shower and bathtub, and installation of custom vanities with high-end accessories are options. If you’re dreaming big about a complete bathroom transformation, our bathroom installers are ready to work with you. Remodeling Contractors Our bathroom remodels consistently earn high customer ratings and reviews, and our local, licensed and insured remodelers play a big role in that. With labor and products backed by The Home Depot, our installers cover your entire bathroom renovation, from measurement, to installation, to cleaning up when finished. Working with our professional remodelers allows you to take your biggest and best bath remodel ideas and make them a reality! Bathroom Remodeling on a Budget Whether it’s a small bathroom makeover or multiple bathroom renovations, our bathroom remodeling services are offered at one affordable price that covers all aspects of the remodel. Additionally, with flexible financing options, there are many different ways we can make the cost of your bathroom remodel a realistic fit with your budget.

Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Mark Rose/E+/Getty Images So, you’ve decided to hire a professional bathroom remodeling contractor—smart move. While a bathroom remodel is conceivably a DIY (do it yourself) job, the complexity of this job means that hiring a pro isn’t such a bad idea. Because difficult operations (electrical, tiling, plumbing, etc.) are involved, you save yourself a load of misery and time by hiring a contractor. What’s involved in this process? They Aren’t Necessarily Bathroom DesignersSome bathroom remodeling contractors are full-scale operations, inclusive of everything that has to do with renovating a bathroom. They take care of you, from initial design to the very last towel bar that gets screwed into the wall. But other bathroom remodel contractors want you to come into the project with a bathroom design plan for them to execute. You’ll Save Money by Supplying Your Own MaterialsNo, this doesn’t mean buying stacks of Sheetrock for the contractor to use. But most bathroom remodeling contractors are perfectly fine with you buying the more decorative (and expensive) items on your own, such as towel bars, toilets, light fixtures, mirror, etc. Keep in mind that every item that the contractor purchases gets his/her commission tacked onto it. What About Tight Schedules?It’s a terrible thing to do without a bathroom. Even if you have a spare bathroom to use while one is being remodeled, you won’t want the remodeling company tramping through your house for the next six months. Better bathroom remodeling contractors can “promise” tight, well-orchestrated time frames. We use the word “promise” lightly because no contractor in his or her right mind can truly guarantee this.The Process, In a Nutshell Design StageEven if this is just a simple toilet/shower/cabinet bathroom remodel, some kind of design or planning must take place. Contractor-designed bathroom remodels may follow any number of tried-and-true template designs. Demolition StageIs this a complete tear-out and replace project? Then the contractor will arrange for a roll-off dumpster or hauling company to cart away the mess. Even for more minor projects, some kind of demolition will take place. Roughing-In StagePlumbing and electrical are of key importance in any bathroom remodel. The plumbers and electricians will “rough-in” their work. An inspection is made by city or county officials at this point. Installation of Shower/Bath/etc. StageThe bathtub or shower are built or installed in accordance with the rough-in. Bathroom sink and toilet, too, are installed. Flooring Installed; Walls Closed Up; CabinetsBathroom flooring is laid. Walls are closed up, and another inspection is made. Bathroom cabinets are put in. Walls are painted. Fixtures are installed. Read More

Bathroom Remodel Contractor

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So, you’ve decided to hire a professional bathroom remodeling contractor—smart move. While a bathroom remodel is conceivably a DIY (do it yourself) job, the complexity of this job means that hiring a pro isn’t such a bad idea. Because difficult operations (electrical, tiling, plumbing, etc.) are involved, you save yourself a load of misery and time by hiring a contractor. What’s involved in this process? They Aren’t Necessarily Bathroom DesignersSome bathroom remodeling contractors are full-scale operations, inclusive of everything that has to do with renovating a bathroom. They take care of you, from initial design to the very last towel bar that gets screwed into the wall. But other bathroom remodel contractors want you to come into the project with a bathroom design plan for them to execute. You’ll Save Money by Supplying Your Own MaterialsNo, this doesn’t mean buying stacks of Sheetrock for the contractor to use. But most bathroom remodeling contractors are perfectly fine with you buying the more decorative (and expensive) items on your own, such as towel bars, toilets, light fixtures, mirror, etc. Keep in mind that every item that the contractor purchases gets his/her commission tacked onto it. What About Tight Schedules?It’s a terrible thing to do without a bathroom. Even if you have a spare bathroom to use while one is being remodeled, you won’t want the remodeling company tramping through your house for the next six months. Better bathroom remodeling contractors can “promise” tight, well-orchestrated time frames. We use the word “promise” lightly because no contractor in his or her right mind can truly guarantee this.The Process, In a Nutshell Design StageEven if this is just a simple toilet/shower/cabinet bathroom remodel, some kind of design or planning must take place. Contractor-designed bathroom remodels may follow any number of tried-and-true template designs. Demolition StageIs this a complete tear-out and replace project? Then the contractor will arrange for a roll-off dumpster or hauling company to cart away the mess. Even for more minor projects, some kind of demolition will take place. Roughing-In StagePlumbing and electrical are of key importance in any bathroom remodel. The plumbers and electricians will “rough-in” their work. An inspection is made by city or county officials at this point. Installation of Shower/Bath/etc. StageThe bathtub or shower are built or installed in accordance with the rough-in. Bathroom sink and toilet, too, are installed. Flooring Installed; Walls Closed Up; CabinetsBathroom flooring is laid. Walls are closed up, and another inspection is made. Bathroom cabinets are put in. Walls are painted. Fixtures are installed.

Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Bathroom Renovation On the other hand, your idea of a bathroom remodel may include a complete bathroom gut and renovation! Our bathroom remodeling contractors have years of experience and expertise with a variety of different renovations and upgrades. When you work with The Home Depot on your remodel, everything from new decorative tile for your walls and floor, updates to your shower and bathtub, and installation of custom vanities with high-end accessories are options. If you’re dreaming big about a complete bathroom transformation, our bathroom installers are ready to work with you. Remodeling Contractors Our bathroom remodels consistently earn high customer ratings and reviews, and our local, licensed and insured remodelers play a big role in that. With labor and products backed by The Home Depot, our installers cover your entire bathroom renovation, from measurement, to installation, to cleaning up when finished. Working with our professional remodelers allows you to take your biggest and best bath remodel ideas and make them a reality! Bathroom Remodeling on a Budget Whether it’s a small bathroom makeover or multiple bathroom renovations, our bathroom remodeling services are offered at one affordable price that covers all aspects of the remodel. Additionally, with flexible financing options, there are many different ways we can make the cost of your bathroom remodel a realistic fit with your budget.

Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Bathroom Remodel Contractor

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Bathroom Remodel Contractor
Bathroom Remodel Contractor