Choosing the best designer and contractor for your Chicago bathroom remodel is the most important step in the remodeling equation. Their work should be exemplary, meeting or exceeding your expectations.
To experience that level of customer satisfaction means conducting an interview of sorts.
As professional Chicago kitchen and bath remodelers, we keep our fingers on the pulse of the latest home renovation statistics. As such, we thought we’d share some of the results from Houzz’s annual Houzz & Home Study.
Marble needs to be sealed on a regular basis (annually is ideal) to keep vulnerable pores from penetration via acids, dirt, dyes, chemicals, etc. While sealing is a straightforward, DIY task, it is time and energy consumptive. Alternatively, you can hire professional tile sealers to do it for you. If either of these is discouraging, read,
Bidet toilet seats have come a long way in the past hundred years or so. From a more cumbersome, second toilet that involves precarious positioning and extra towels to sleek, designer toilet installations that include warm seats, warm water rinses for front and rear and even your own song list – you have a tremendous range of options when choosing a toilet for your Chicago bathroom remodel.
Then, as oversized and walk-in style steam showers came on the scene, many homeowners found there wasn’t quite enough room to have their shower and soak tub, too – so they eliminated tubs in favor of more extravagant shower designs.
Unless you just love remodeling your home every five years or so - creating a timeless Chicago bathroom design is the way to go. By designing a bathroom that stands the test of time, you know you'll love the space - and future homebuyers will, too - year after year, and decade after decade.
Radiant heat flooring is a game changer in the bathroom. Even if you're not a fan of radiant floor heat for the whole house, we recommend considering it before starting a Chicago bathroom remodeling project.