We were brought into this project after our client hired a wonderful local cabinet designer to enlarge, layout, and design the cabinetry. We helped our client chose everything else for this fabulous large master bathroom. As you can see, everything our client needs is in this wonderful bathroom.
Besides the double sink, vanity area equipped with Painted Vanity Units with Stone Tops, stand alone tub, shower glass panel with build-in bench, we made sure that the tiles, hardware, LED lighting, finishes and colors fit our clients needs and desired looks. At the end of the project, our client said “I don’t want to leave my new bathroom!”.
According to Houzz, master bathrooms just became the third most popular room to renovate as of 2017. Not only can you enjoy a new bathroom, but also add value to your home. Please contact us for a consultation!
Whether you hire a contractor or decide to take on the work yourself, begin by starting finding out how much the project costs. Lenders will insist on a specific figure before they work with you. If you’re hiring a contractor, start with a firm bid, broken down into labor and materials. Then add on 10 percent for surprises. Read Sterling Toilet Reviews at Recommendedthings.com.
On work you’ll do yourself, compile a detailed materials list with quantities, costs, and an accurate total. Include permit fees and equipment rental. Then add a cushion of 20 to 30 percent to be safe. Once you know how much you need to finance your home improvement project, how much will you get?
Despite the promises and hype lenders make in their ads and promotional materials, how much you can borrow hinges on your credit rating, the loan-to-value ratio, and your income
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