Lee Ann had a master bathroom truly in need of some remodeling. She contacted Quinta Contractors, LLC and setup an appointment for a free consultation with Bryan. The floor was dated by the glossy hexagon ceramic tile which had been in place since its construction some 13 years earlier. The bathroom had more pressing issues as well. The shower stall was small and cramped; it also suffered from a persistent mildew problem. Repeated attempts to thoroughly clean the joints in the man-made marble walls were had no lasting effect. The mildew, most likely caused by a failed shower pan, simply returned in short order.
The larger corner jacuzzi tub had stopped working and seemed to dwarf the smaller bathroom all the more. Lee Ann needed some solutions. The cabinets and counter top were in good shape and did not need replacing.
The conclusion was reached to remove the flooring, bath tub and shower. Once the demolition was completed, the rebuild could began. The new plan included a six foot (1 foot longer than a standard bath tub) fiberglass jacuzzi tub with a removable fiberglass front panel. A shower was combined with the tub in order to create a closet opening with built-in shelves. Storage had always been a short fall in this bathroom.
Brandon was able to fabricate a wrought iron shower curtain rod as part of the rebuilding effort. A 12″ ceramic tile was selected for the new shower walls with a matching bullnose and the floor covering. Once the toilet was reseated and a free coat of paint had been applied to all the walls and trim, Lee Ann was free to enjoy a wonderfully updated bathroom more suited to her needs.
We pride ourselves at Quinta on our attention to details and ensuring that you receive the best customer service possible. We want to leave you with a level of satisfaction which encourages you to tell all your friends and family of the great service you received. Contact us today at Quinta Contractors, LLC for your free estimate; whether you need a new roof or a new kitchen, we are ready to serve all your home improvement needs.