What We Do
- Permiting and CAD drawings
- Procurement of fixtures and tile
- Demolition and debris removal
- Wall, floor, and ceiling framing
- Sheetrocking and taping
- Shower installation - tile or swanstone
- Cabinetry installation
- Total responsibility of necessary subcontractors such as:
- Electrical, Plumbing, Granite/Countertop materials, Glass
- Waterproofing of all surfaces using Schluter products
- Rough and finish carpentry
The question I always hear the most is, "What do you do." To answer a simple question with a simple answer, "We do everything." We perform most of the work ourselves, with the exception of plumbing, electrical, glass, and granite. Connecticut requires licensure for electrical and plumbing tradesmen. We have been working with the same electrician and plumber for quite some time, and can trust the quality of their work.
After we receive your information by email or phone call, we will give you a call back to schedule an estimate. This estimate is formulated to fully communicate your ideas into a project you can be proud of. First is the question phase. We will ask you what you are looking to get out of the renovation, and get to know your needs. Looking at the existing bathroom layout and features, we will get an idea of the scale of the project. Next is the actual design stage. Now that we know where you are coming from and what you need, we take accurate measurements to create a drawing of the existing bathroom. Knowing what you need, we can the go through the process of moving and adding fixtures, changing wall layouts, and more, all to formulate your idea into a reality. We have the expertise to go over every detail in the bathroom from the layout of the floor framing to the finishing touches of the wood trim.
The Proposal - Contract
Once we have finalized the design of your renovation, we will draw up a preliminary proposal. This proposal will include a schedule of activities and basic pricing for the project. We work with our typical suppliers to provide you with an all inclusive price that covers typical costs of average fixtures and furnishings. If you accept our proposal, we will then draw up a contract, create CAD drawings for permitting if necessary, and begin the procurement process.