Bathrooms

From Tub to Low-Threshold Shower

We’re finding that many of our clients are choosing to ditch their tub and install a low threshold shower pan. With advanced age and unsteady balance, a tub makes it dangerous for some to get in and out of the shower. Changing out a tub for a shower is a quick and easy solution.

This transformation was done in a matter of days.

The owner chose to install our waterproof and fireproof slate panels. These slate panels come in 2’x4′ sheets and are easy to maintain. Just clean with soap and water then reseal every 6-12 months.

 

 

A 40-year old bathroom gets a facelift! 

With dated tile, deteriorating waterproofing and materials, we demolished the tile and installed all new waterproofing, repaired the hole in the corner of the tub and replaced the surround with new contemporary 12″ x 24″ tile.

 

Universal Designed Bathroom

A bathroom renovation was needed to enlarge the bathroom and make a low threshold shower with grab bars for safety. An old cement furo tub was removed along with hall closets to enlarge the shower. The wall between the bedroom and bath was moved about two feet to enlarge the bathroom and create another doorway directly from the bedroom to the bath.

Easy to maintain slate was used on the walls of the shower and natural pebbles used for the floor. Waterproof backer board was used for the substrate and luxury vinyl planks were put down on the floor in Teak.

 

Traditional Design – Subway Tiles

From a bright blue half bath to a full bath…by changing the location of the toilet, sink and window then adding a few more square feet to include a tub shower, we were able to provide the owners with a modern new bathroom.

 

 

Closet to Shower

In order to accommodate the need for a shower in the master bedroom, we took space from a closet to enlarge the existing shower then tiled it for an updated look.

 

 

The Main Bath Renovation

Here is a remodel of a shower for a client who added tiling and a bench to what was a standard shower insert. We framed it, put up the cement board and waterproofing before the tile was laid out.