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Bathroom Remodels & Bathroom Renovations
Newly renovated bathrooms give you such a warm and inviting feeling, and that is where we come in. If your bathroom has old outdated tile, fiberglass shower, old cracked and broken counter tops then it's time you remodel. Our bathroom renovations can be seen all over the Charleston area; we have been the bathroom renovation and remodels experts of Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms, and Sullivan's for over 10 years. We will help you redesign your new vision of what your bathroom can be. You spend a lot of time in your bathroom so why not enjoy it while you are in there. Our Charleston area bathroom designers will assist you in choosing beautiful shower fixtures, tiles, stone, woods, faucets, hardware, and other bathroom essentials to make sure you love the end result.
Although most guests don't see your bathroom as much as they do your kitchen do not estimate the importance of beautiful bathrooms when you are thinking about renovating your home. The bathroom and kitchen is where buyers make their minds up. The good news is as it pertains to return on investment your kitchen and bathrooms are almost 100% return. Since most of us probably spend at least 2 hours of our day in our bathroom don't you think you should have the best contractor to help you design, and renovate yours. Precision Construction specializes in renovating bathrooms in Charleston, Kiawah, Isle of Palms, Sullivan's Island, Daniel Island and the surrounding areas.
Why is it that white and lite colors make us feel like things are clean? There are so many choices to offer you a gorgeous marble inspired spa like bathroom which is sure to impress. Tall cabinets and countertops are a nice way to keep you from having to bend over so far when brushing your teeth or washing your face. It is important to be sure what you are comfortable with when remodeling or renovating your bathroom because you will have to live with it. Rest assured our team of bath and kitchen design experts here in Charleston will help you through it.
Bathroom renovations are very important if you are in the process of home improvements. Any real estate agent will tell you that you can not cut corners on bathroom remodeling. Bathroom contractors know what materials and what processes work where water is an ever present danger of mold and mildew. Secondly choosing the right bathroom designer in Charleston is also very important because putting the wrong colors, materials, fixtures and styles can kill any future resale of your home.
What to know when renovating your bathroom:
-- Do your home work on the types of finishes you want to have before getting started. Your contractor will not usually have the time for you to decide and figure out what your tastes are after they have begun tearing your bathroom apart. You'll need to have already made your choices on the tile, countertops, flooring, plumbing fixtures and cabinetry. During your construction most builders and contractors expect homeowners to change their mind, but at least have your initial decisions finalized.
--If you want to change the overall layout of the room, then it is best to contact a bathroom & kitchen designer to help you draw out the 3 dimensional layout of the room for measurements and flow. This will also be very helpful for the contractor's carpenters to know exactly how the bathroom is to look when completed.
--Try to clean out the work area and pathways to and from the work space so that carpenters / tradesmen do not have to navigate through your belongings. Good contractors will make sure to lay down a protective tarp or something around the work areas, but it is good practice to move anything you value out of their way. It is not their responsibility to move your stuff to do work. You should do it before they arrive to begin.
--Please note that no one knows what they will find when they begin to tear walls and floors apart, so be prepared for a possible cost increase if extra unforeseen work is necessary due to water or termite damage, etc. Make sure your contractor puts a "contingency" clause or line item to address this likelyhood. It is common for rooms with water to have damage in the subflooring due to unknown leaks. It is better to have a few hundred dollars allocated to "what ifs" then to be caught off gaurd later.