Renovation Starts With Your Shower!

Preparing to buy a house is a big step in anyone’s life. We spend time looking through
the home section of the local newspapers. We drive through neighborhoods we wish
we could live in. Then it happens, you find the house meant for you. Only problem is
it needs some minor renovations. Renovations like one of our customers did just this
week. After closing on “their” house they determined it was time to put that renovation
budget to work starting in the master restroom. This restroom was stocked with state of
the art 1970’s décor! After searching our website, this couple sent us an email requesting
a quote. An appointment was promptly made to visit and explain the options for their
space. We discussed proposed floor plans, hardware, styles of glass, and edgework.
After some measurements were taken, an order was placed for a brand new shower
enclosure that was designed to fit around the newly tiled shower. Once the shower
installation was complete our customer determined to have the rest of the bathroom
match the elegant shower and also had us to install beveled glass in the cabinet doors
and new mirrors over the vanity. Over the course of the order our customer received top
quality installation with top quality products. In the end they were happy with our job and
their newly renovated master bathroom.

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