As a homeowner you want peace of mind when it comes to your home. Your home should be a retreat away from the everyday pressures of the world. That is why your bathroom renovation should be in the hands of a skilled and experienced bathroom remodeling company. Bay Tile Kitchen & Bath’s attention to detail and excellent professional service will not only provide you with an ease of mind but also create a fresh and relaxing bathroom retreat that is designed with craftsmanship and skill, along with budget friendly prices and timely construction. We pledge that your bathroom renovation will create minimal disruption to you and your family.
How Much Will It Cost?
The price for a bathroom remodel will be affected by the size of your bathroom and selection of materials you choose. The brands and selection of flooring and cabinetry we have here at Bay Tile can fit most budgets. We also offer financing for all size projects.
What is a GFCI and Do I Need It?
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters. GFCI monitors the balance of electrical current moving through the circuit. If an imbalance occurs, GFCI cuts off the electricity. Its purpose is to prevent fatal electrical shocks. As you know, water and electricity are a deadly combination. Since both are necessary in kitchens and bathrooms, all switches, sockets, breakers and circuits for those rooms should be GFCI protected for your family’s safety.
How Long Will the Remodel Take?
Depending on the amount of demolition, time the it takes to order your cabinets and/or flooring – A bathroom remodel should take between 3-4 weeks start to finish. Of course every project is different, but we can give you a timeline when we get the scope of your project finalized.
Ask lots of questions as part of your process when shopping for a bathroom remodeling contractor. Take a look at their portfolio of work, comb through reviews on Google and Facebook and comb through details like punctuality, communication skills and work quality as well as cleanliness.
A great contractor will go above and beyond to make sure all your questions are answered. You want a company that has built long-term relationships with its subcontractors, and one that has been working in your area for a good number of years. Floating contractors don’t stay put long enough to accumulate a reputation good or bad.