For those of you following our Campton Hills Equetrian Estates project, just outside of St. Charles, Illinois, we started we a handful of before photos with this blog post. Two weeks later we shared some "in progress" photos that mostly showed us preparing for the heated tile floor work the clients decided upon. Just last week we were able to get our photographer back to the home for some final "After" photos (below). Despite some setbacks with the counter top company, our clients were truly happy with our final results.
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While nearly every homeowner wants a fresh, newly remodeled bathroom, the cost to remodel or completely renovate your bathroom can vary widely based upon the amount of work that is needed. With many of our prior blog posts about our local projects and even our Client Videos, we always try to detail the specific requests that are unique with every client. Last week Houzz.com put together a genuinely helpful bathroom renovation resource filled with charts, photos (below) and graphs to help readers understand the popular features people are considering for their master bathroom and what they should be budgeting for in order to achieve professional results. As with most online articles that attempt to predicts prices and budgets, your mileage will vary, but we believe this is one of the most useful bathroom remodeling resources of the year.
Next week one of our crews will start a full remodeling project in Lake Forest, Illinois. Our new customer said they want everything new, with the exception of the doors! Our to-do list includes new glass block window, shower pan to replace the tub, new faucet, tiled shower walls, new tile floor, new vanity cabinetry, countertop, new mirrored medicine cabinets, new toilet, shower doors and more. So we took some "Before" photos today and will post the "During" photos soon before the big "After" photos come at the end of this big project.
Quick question; did every bathtub from the 70's and 80's have those cute flower grip stickers?
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