Before your bathroom remodel begins
When you’re ready to discuss your bathroom remodeling project, you'll want to determine a budget and make a list of your needs and must-haves. Remember to include special items you want for your new bathroom, such as a storage vanity, curbless shower, or even heated floors. It is important to consider the features you want before you discuss your bathroom remodel with your contractor: you may be surprised to discover that we can often incorporate certain items without a lot of added cost.
Bathroom remodeling tends to be a favorite project because it is a small project compared to a kitchen, addition, or whole house remodel. Bathroom remodels usually provide the greatest return on your investment. Besides, who wouldn’t want heated tile floors or a luxurious, multi-head walk-in shower?
Do I need a home remodeling contractor to remodel my bathroom?
Although your bathroom is probably small, at least compared with the other rooms in your home, there is a lot to consider when remodeling a bathroom. By hiring a qualified home remodeling contractor, you can avoid a lot of the pitfalls that homeowners and inexperienced contractors fall into. Plus, our designers can suggest better solutions to meet your goals and recommend options you may never have considered. And a design/build firm, like T.W. Ellis, can take your needs and requests, design a bathroom that works perfectly for you, and ensure it is built to the exacting standards your home deserves.
Bathrooms are functional and as such, each aspect of your bathroom should be designed to meet a specific need. We can provide custom cabinetry, high-quality flooring options, seamless glass showers and much more. Even if your bathroom is small, many of these items can be incorporated into your new design. You may also consider giving up underutilized space to gain a larger bathroom with more features.