Summit 1 Construction, one of our contributors this issue of the Bucks County Women’s Journal, also talks about bathroom remodels.
Bathrooms are a top priority (along with kitchens) for homebuyers in today’s market. Updating the bathroom(s) in your home will go a long way in expediting the sale of your home and will bring an exceptional return on your investment.
If a move is in your future, updating now will allow you time to enjoy it. There is no doubt that the days of the small, simple bathroom are gone. Luxurious, spa-like bathrooms seem to be on everyone’s wish list.
All that planning can be overwhelming. There are many ways to approach updating your bathroom. It can be as simple as adding new sinks and countertops or losing that enormous, never-used tub and installing a beautiful two-person shower.
Sometimes walls can be moved and extra bedrooms utilized to increase useable space. One client I worked with had a vision of a two-person, European glass shower area with the old shower stall converted into a large linen closet. We worked out a plan that allowed us to use the space efficiently.
If you are considering updating your bathroom, you really want to use a competent and experienced contractor. There are many things in older bathrooms that need to be evaluated before spending lots of money on the “pretty things.” Summit 1 will make sure the bones of your room are in good shape. The last thing anyone wants is to put up new tile and have it fall off because it was not installed on a sound surface.
Do you know exactly what you want to see in your bathroom? Do you have tons of magazine clippings you’ve collected to give you ideas? Maybe you have a certain amount you are willing to spend. Some homeowners are not sure about a budget, while others have the “carte blanche” approach. Either way, Summit 1 will work with you to arrive at an amount that is within your means.
Call Summit 1 to get it done!
Mark Brawn has owned and operated Summit 1 Construction for over 16 years. He started in this business over 25 years ago and has been serving Bucks and Montgomery Counties ever since.
Testimonial: “We are so happy with all of Mark’s hard work—lucky, lucky us!” George W.
Mention this ad and receive a $250 credit on a bathroom renovation.Bucks County Women’s Journal 215-721-0645 http://www.buckscountywomensjournal.com