Bathroom Remodeling

  • Bathtub.
  • Walking shower.
  • Shower valves.
  • Rain shower.
  • Mirror.
  • Lights.
  • Fan.
  • Toilet.
  • Vanity.
  • Sink.
  • Faucet.
  • Countertop.
Mr alligator tiled tub
Mr alligator base shower
  • Niche.
  • Medicine cabinet.
  • Shower doors.
  • Tile walls.
  • Drainage.
  • Stop valves.
  • Baseboards.
  • Special cabinetry.
  • Closets.
  • Doors(Swing, barn, pocket)
  • drainage and water location change.
  • Walls.
  • Fiberglass or acrylic shower-tub enclosures.
  • Freestanding tub
  • Whirlpool tub
  • Tile replacement
  • Floor tiling

Yes. For example, you can update the faucet, the vanity, the sink, paint the walls, replace the countertop, add new lights, a new toilet, etc.

The owner is who decides what to do in their house. As contractors, we give pieces of advice on what is code friendly or what is against the code. We do not recommend installing a laminate floor on a rented house at all. 90% of the kitchens and baths have tile floors. It is simple, durable, and stronger.
If a pot or a knife falls against a laminate floor, it could damage it. But is you do not go to the kitchen too often or you do not cook, then laminate is an option to consider. Bathrooms are wet areas, so it is not recommended a wooden floor. There are now solutions like a vinyl plank that is appropriate for web areas and even some manufacturers guaranteed 100% waterproofing(I do not think so)

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