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Our Bathroom Remodel Process

Prescott Bathroom Remodeling

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The key to any successful bathroom renovation is the process. For over 30+ years, we have refined our bathroom remodeling process to keep projects on time and on budget.

  • Material Selection – Now it’s time to bring the design to life and choose the materials for your new bathroom. A good bathroom design seamless ties together all the elements and we love helping you choose the perfect details. Our bathroom showroom gives you a chance to see and touch the materials including fixtures, flooring, countertops, cabinets, and more. Can’t decide what shower head you want or if a walk-in shower or bath is more your style? What about the bathroom vanity or right flooring? With 12 full bathrooms, your dedicated bathroom designer will help you narrow down the choices.
  • Project Timeline & Schedule – Precise scheduling and organization is key. Once the design is finalized and the materials selected, we will create a detailed project schedule for your bathroom remodel. We provide an exact schedule of every step, with details so precise that they include the names of each installer that will be working during specific hours. You will know what to expect and when at every step of the way. After hundreds of bathroom renovations, we know sticking to the schedule is key.  
  • Permits & Logistics – We are your complete design-build remodeling company which means we take care of every step. From securing the necessary permits to submitting all building plans to the San Diego City and County, our team takes care of it so you don’t have to.

Bathroom Remodels Done Right

Using this definition, a bathroom renovation would be the updating or installing new of bathtubs, showers, surrounds, tile, sinks, vanities, toilets, flooring and even towel bars. Some contractors may refer to this as a bathroom upgrade. To renew a bathroom, one may gut the entire bathroom too. This makes it easier to start fresh with the upgrades and deal with any trouble spots. I liken a bathroom renovation as a gut a redo.

When a bathroom gets gutted, now is the time to add some missing features such as a vent, better or more lighting, an outlet or switch.

Code usually requires the electrical be brought to standards. Bathrooms should be on their own dedicated circuit and the GCFI protected. Most older homes have other rooms on the same electrical branch as the bathroom.

Any electrical that is not right such as you will see in the slideshow, needs to be dealt with and updated

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