Bathroom Remodeling Ellenwood GA

Local resource for evaluating bathroom remodeling in Ellenwood. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to bathroom remodeling contractors, bathroom décor, bathroom fixtures, bathroom tiles, bathtubs, shower-tub combos, bathroom vanities, bathroom sinks and silent toilets, as well as advice on bathroom remodeling ideas.

Cornerstone Design, Inc.
(404) 504-9255
200 Peachtree Hills Ave., Ste. 100
Atlanta, GA
 
ALLEE PRODUCTIONS, INC.
(404) 457-8267
109 N. 85 Parkway Suite B
Fayetteville, GA
Services
Drywall and Plaster, Roofing, Bathroom remodeling, Home Automation, Demolition, Water Heaters & Tanks, Skylights, Kitchen remodeling, Insulation, Welding, Countertops, Additions, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Flooring, Ceilings, Powerwashing, Multiple Room Renovation, Central Heating System, Mirrors, Disaster Restoration, Painting, Plaster & Stucco, Lighting, Ducts & Vents, Disability Alterations, Decks & Porches, Tiling, Cabinets, Concrete Foundations, Mold Remediation, Electrical, Basement re…
Company Information
Years in Business : 12 Years
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Atlanta Re-Bath
1-800-BATHTUB
1248 Clairmont Road
Decatur, GA
Services
Bathroom remodeling; Tub to shower, shower to shower, Roll-in shower, Walk-in tub, Tub to Tub, Upgrades
Years in Business
31

Small Carpenters At Large
(404) 688-7665
884 Lake Ave Ne
Atlanta, GA
Services
Kitchens, Bathrooms, Attics & Additions, Screened Porches, Interiors, Basements, Exteriors, Whole House Remodels, Detached Structures
Licenses / Certifications
NARI certification, Certified Remodelers (CR) , Certified Lead Carpenters (CLC)
Awards
2008-Obie Award, Whole-House Renovation $500,000 and above - Greater Atlanta Homebuilders Association
2008-Chrysalis Awards, Kitchen Remodel $75,000 - $100,000 - Chrysalis Awards
Years in Business
30

Kitchen Fronts of GA
770.455.3139
Atlanta, GA
Services
Kitchen Cabinet Remodeling Consultation, Cabinet Manufacturing, Installation
Licenses / Certifications
Insured & Bonded
Years in Business
32

Legacy Construction
(770) 238-8568
108 Nicki Court
Hampton, GA
Services
Bathroom remodeling, Commercial Property Maintenance, Closets & Garage Organizers, Wallpaper & Wallcoverings, Countertops, Appliance installation, Kitchen remodeling, Barns Sheds & Outbuildings, Windows, Handyman, Basement remodeling, Painting, Gutters, Demolition, Inspection Services, Land Clearing / Bldg Site Prep, Hot Tubs & Spas, Powerwashing, Lighting, Window Coverings, Locksmiths, Sunrooms, Mirrors, Patios, Walks, Stone Walls, Tiling, Skylights
Company Information
Years in Business : 30 Years
Languages Spoken : English
Licensing Information
License # : No License Provided

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Miracle Method Surface Refinishing
(678) 833-5886
1740 Hudson Bridge Rd.
Stockbridge, GA
Services
Bathtub, tile fiberglass, countertop repairs and refinishing
Licenses / Certifications
Henry Co.
Awards
Angie's List Super Service
Membership Organizations
BBB, AAA, Chamber
Years in Business
7

Renovations by Spichael
678-296-3786
Atlanta, GA
Services
Flooring, Trim, Walls, Outside, Plumbing, Electrical, Handyman Services
Licenses / Certifications
Yes, available upon request.
Years in Business
16

Horizon Homes & Remodeling Inc
(404) 406-1552
436 Gartrell St SE
Atlanta, GA
 
Home ReBuilders
404-876-3000
1629 Monroe Drive
Atlanta, GA
Services
Custom Home Design/Building
Whole House Renovations
Ranch Conversions
Attic Conversions
Additions
Kitchen Renovations
Bathroom Remodeling
Value Line Projects
Handyman.
Licenses / Certifications
CR,GCP,CLC
Awards
2009 AWARDS
Atlanta Business Chronicle # 1 Residential Remodeling Contractor
Contractor of the Year Award Kitchen Between $80,001 - $120,000
Membership Organizations
NARI, NKBA, EarthCraft, Atlanta Home Builders Assoc.
Years in Business
28

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Bathroom Remodeling

Why Bathroom Remodeling is a Good Idea

Bathroom remodeling is a great idea because it can easily increase the value of your home. Out of all the rooms in your home, the bathroom is one of the best places to make changes, if you hope to not only beautify your home, but also increase the value. If your home is even ten years old, the bathroom is probably showing its age. Simply updating the cabinets, replacing the shower with a tub, or moving things around to make a more functional configuration can end up making you money in the long run. Also, homeowners find that bathroom remodeling can instantly spruce up a home and make a home feel new and more welcoming.

If you go about bathroom remodeling in the right way, you can update the whole look without spending all that much money. Consider what changes you could make in your bathroom without breaking the bank. Bathroom vanities, bathtubs, showers, and flooring are elements of bathroom design that many homeowners are able to undertake on their own. Also, a homeowner can easily spruce up a bathroom with a couple coats of fresh paint and some beautiful border or stencil: bathroom remodeling doesn't have to be expensive or extraordinary. Visit your local home improvement store and price some of the items that you find appealing; you may find that a lot of the elements of bathroom remodeling aren't all that expensive.

Many homeowners believe that bathroom remodeling is out of their price range, because they look at the price tag associated with a professionally remodeled bathroom. If you are handy around the house, chances are you can do some of the work yourself and save a lot of cash. Essentially, you can make your bathroom remodel a do it yourself project that will bring you the biggest bang for your buck. In contrast, if you are feeling a little uncertain about your remodeling abilities, it may be a better idea to leave the bathroom remodeling to the professionals. Some bathroom remodeling may involve complex tasks like changing the plumbing or laying down bathroom tile. If the latter mentioned bathroom remodeling tasks are not completed properly, the homeowner can find that they end up with a significant problem on their hands.

Create a Remodeling Plan

The key to bathroom remodeling is creating a plan that you will follow. The first thing you should do is decide what you will be replacing, updating, or adding into the existing bathroom design. If you will be changing the layout of the bathroom, you will want to plan ahead of time to consult with a plumber, if you are not skilled in this area, to be sure that you have water where you need it and in a manner that will not damage the structure of the home. Many plumbers will come out to your home to help you develop a plan for a travel or service fee, but won't charge anything until they complete work on your home.

When you are creating your plan, you will want to consider in what order you will complete various projects. Demolition should always occur first, meaning you will want to remove everything that is going to be removed at one time, if possible. This generally makes installing new items in the bathroom easier, and it makes cleanup a lot more straightforward.

After you have created your plan, you will want to make a list of all the things that you will need to complete the bathroom remodeling plan that you have created for yourself. For instance, if you will be replacing the bathtub, you should make a list of everything that you will need for that project including caulk, the tub, hardware for the water, shower doors if necessary, track for the doors, etc. You'll want to make a complete list, so you can also keep track of the total cost of the bathroom remodeling project. Nothing is worse than getting halfway through a project and realizing that you do not have the money to complete it.

Budgeting

Once you have created your bathroom remodeling plan, it's time to look over your budget very closely. Remember that you don't necessarily need the best bathtub in the store or the best bathroom accessory that you can find. If you are willing to find something comparable that costs less, you will find that your money will go much further when it comes to bathroom remodeling.

If you look at your bathroom remodeling budget and you know that you do not have enough in the bank to cover the new bathroom design, this is when it's time to really stop and think about how you should proceed. You can do one of two things: you can either do part of the project now, and when you have the sufficient funds, you can finish the other projects later, or you can wait until you have enough money in the bank to finish the whole project at one time. The choice is yours, but many homeowners have found that it's easier to break the project into manageable chunks instead of getting in over their head all at once.

If you have made a list of all the items that you need and you believe that you have enough in the bank to cover the whole bathroom remodeling project, you will want to increase the amount of money needed by about one to five percent. Most remodels go over budget, just because there are things that we don't think about. This overage in the bank will allow you to complete your bathroom comfortably without stressing about not having the funds available to you right away. This can be especially important if you will be updating the only bathroom in your home!

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