Remodeling your Aurora Bathroom? Why You Should Consider a Walk-in Spa Shower

Confessions of Jacuzzi Tub Owners We are seeing a growing trend in the bathroom remodeling business. The big beautiful luxury tub, that everyone wanted several years ago is now being requested to be removed. Why? It took the entire hot water tank to fill, it took over an hour to clean it, and you had to be so careful with the products you added to the water, among other reasons. We hear confessions like, “I never use it” or “It’s such a waste of space” and “I don’t have time for this.” We are all...

Questions To Ask Before Remodeling Your Bathroom

Why do so many people in Glen Ellyn, IL drag their feet when it comes to remodeling their bathroom? Well, for one thing, it’s not exactly an easy job. The good news is that bathroom renovation should not be a complicated process. In fact, asking yourself a few important questions can really simplify your bathroom remodeling project. After you determine your budget, list things you like about your current bathroom, and then determine what features your bathroom is missing. If you have more than one bathroom, identify which one you want...

Keating Bathroom Project

A Bathroom Designed to Keep the Kids Happy and Peace in the Home...All Completed in a Week Most of us have children who have to share a bathroom. It’s never easy, one wants one thing and the other wants something different. Arguing ensues over who gets to use the sink, counter space is a premium...you know the drill. And let’s be honest, no one wants a tub in the bathroom...everyone wants a nice, open shower. We are here to help bring peace to your home! Why not turn 1 sink into 2? The...

Brown Bathroom Project

In Just 7 Days, You Can Move Your Bathroom Forward 20 Years! Most of us understand things change.  What we thought was a great idea 20 years ago seems out of place today.  Do you remember when those giant whirlpool type tubs were a good idea?  Sure, we all thought we would use them every day.  In reality, most of us didn’t use them once a year. They used ALL the hot water in the house, were difficult to get into, impossible to clean and on top of all that we found...