Q: How long will it take to remodel my bathroom?
A: It will depend on the details of your design and the availability of materials and fixtures. Most bathroom remodels include removing the bath tub and/or shower plus replacing the toilet, vanity and flooring. If the bathroom remodel is more extensive, the entire room may be rearranged and/or enlarged involving concrete floor cutting, removing and rearranging walls and the ceiling.
Q: Why is a tile shower so expensive to replace?
A: Most people are surprised to find out how much it costs to replace a bathroom shower. The only thing more expensive is to replace a poorly installed shower that has failed shortly after it was installed. Before the shower tile is installed, there is a major amount of work that goes into ensuring that the new shower will stay watertight and drain properly for many years. Taking shortcuts, using inferior materials or workmanship will only lead to disaster and more costs down the road.
Q: What type of tile can I use on my bathroom shower & floor?
A: Traditionally, bath showers were built with ceramic tile made specifically for bathrooms and kitchen back-splashes. Today the choices are limitless. Bathrooms are being remodeled using numerous types of stone, ceramic, porcelain, metal and glass tile depending on the design’s style.