Bathroom Remodel and Bathroom Remodel contractor in Cranbery Township PA
Remodeling any portion of your home is one of the best ways to add value to your home. Bathroom Remodeling and Kitchen Remodeling are each quick methods to add to that value.
Besides loving the space you live in, many buyers look for and expect comfortable cozy bathrooms. That’s where Cranberry Contracting, your best Cranberry Township Bathroom Remodel contractor comes in. Contact us today for your free quote!
Our professionals will help you design, budget for, and complete your new bathroom space.
Face it, everyone’s life is hectic. At the wrap of a long day at work, it’s amazing to know you can walk into a luxurious whirlpool or spa. Maybe your happy place includes an amazing bath soaking tub. Whatever your preference, we’re here to guide you, and make your vision a reality.
In addition to comfort and style, a bathroom renovation can also save you money. From under-floor heat or water-conserving toilets, to exhaust fans that prevent excess humidity from building up, we’ve got the know-how to make it all come together.
Moisture resistant tile, moisture-resistant laminate, and mildew inhibiting primer and paint are all items we take into consideration for your project.
If you are looking to update your older style bathroom to a fresh new look, your answer may be to create a bath design layout on Pinterest. This will help us work with you and find the color scheme and fixture layout that fits the image in your mind.
Most designs consist of at least the following:
- Bathtub – soaking tub, or jet style
- Showers – Does it replace your tub, or is it stand-alone
- Lighting – Natural skylights, vanity bulbs and more
- Vanities – Single bowl, dual bowl, pedestals, extra small sinks for that smaller corner
In addition, we can help remove or prevent things such as mold growing in your bathroom. This is not uncommon in older installs or builds. We use just some of the following ways to help prevent this toxin from growing in your bathroom and house.
- Exhaust fans to prevent too much humidity
- Mildew inhibiting wallboard along with proper primer and paint that seals against moisture
- Moisture resistant tile
- Laminate along with an underlayment barrier to help resist moisture buildup.