Monday, July 5, 2010

Bathroom Remodeling | Rebath Charlotte NC

Thinking about a "rebath"? What is a "rebath"?

When you "rebath" your bathroom, you are remodeling your bathroom -- redoing it -- and transforming the bathroom from boring to AMAZING. We have been installing and have had the
pleasure of remodeling a "rebath" in many Charlotte NC homes.



Check out the photos to the side of a recent rebath in Charlotte NC. The first photo shows the bathroom before the rebath. It has a blue tub, carpet floors --- the only thing that truely sticks out is the granite countertop.



This bathroom was begging for a rebath.

The process involved in a bathroom remodel and rebath is not as complex as you may think. Most rebaths can be done fairly quickly and for less the cost of a bath overlay (Bathfitters).

Bathroom remodeling is one of the most popular home improvements right now in Charlotte NC. Does your bathroom give you the blues? Easily transform, rebath, your bathroom into a work of art.

When you rebath your bathroom, you are removing old materials and replacing them with new up to date materials. If you use a tub overlay, such as a bath fitter, you are only covering up potential new and old problems such as mold and mildew. Even if the area is cleaned before a bath fit project, it does not remove unseen damage beneath and only cleans the surface.

5 comments:

  1. Good work!!

    Granite bath tiles, which has been so prevalent in the last five years has seen it's peak. Of course, it will always be relevant as it is a natural product. Granite is next only to diamonds in stiffness. It is only the best work exterior obtainable. Its refined end will not wear off. Unlike marble, synthetic and laminate countertops, granite countertops will not blister, scratch or crack; and they are very stain challenging.

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  2. That bathroom is beautiful! I can't wait to show this to my friend in Arizona who's thinking about doing bathroom remodeling in Phoenix pretty soon. Thanks for sharing this! Is it common to use granite for bath tile?

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  3. Congratulations! This is the best thing, Thank you so much for taking the time to share this exciting information.
    Granite Worktops

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  4. I have installed a Granite Countertop in my kitchen. It looks wonderful and is strong too.
    Great Explanation by you guys. Cheers!

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  5. Andrew Roby strives to offer more than just construction work, however. Our team will do whatever is necessary to finish a job - from hanging window treatments to finding firewood for a new fireplace. We will do anything to make our customers happy. quartz countertops

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