Bathrooms are critical to the overall comfort of a house. Bathroom remodelling services in Stratford emphasize the need to integrate form and function in order to create a space that adapts to increasing urbanization.
Bathrooms are critical to the overall livability of a house. We emphasize the need for harmonizing form and function in order to create a space that accommodates evolving lifestyles.
Transforming an antique bathtub to a shower improvements the efficiency of any bathroom, but is particularly beneficial in smaller bathrooms with limited space.
Shower pans, also known as shower bases, shower floors, and so on, are critical to the longevity of a shower. We provide both custom-built, tiled shower pans and prefabricated, plastic/fibreglass/acrylic shower pans. All of our shower pans are available in a range of sizes to accommodate your building or restoration requirements. For individuals who are worried about drainage, curbless shower pans are also available.
Shower walls, also known as shower surrounds, come in a number of styles, including tile and solid surface. It may be tiled over an existing backer board (retile option) or constructed on fresh new cement backer board walls (rebuild option). A well-placed seat/bench, grab bars, niches, and/or soap dishes are all possible options.
For customers looking to upgrade this vital bathroom component, we offer a number of tub alternatives, including soaker tubs, whirlpool tubs, and air bathtubs. Tubs come in a range of sizes to accommodate your building or restoration requirements.
Whether you’re retaining or replacing your tub, we offer alternatives to improve the overall look and feel of your tub surrounds; skirt, deck, and backsplash.
Bathrooms and glass enclosures come in a range of styles to guarantee your shower have a timeless and useful appearance. There are three types of door/shower enclosures available: framed door/shower enclosures, semi-frameless door/shower housings, and frameless entrance enclosures. By far, the most popular appearance today is the frameless design, which emphasizes all of your shower’s beautiful tile work.
Whether it’s a faucet, a shower head, or a toilet, no remodel should be undertaken without first evaluating the potential alternatives; wave patterns, water usage, pressure and pressure balance valves, as well as the location and number of units, all have an effect on the bathroom’s usability once the project is complete.
Oftentimes, older bathrooms need new cabinets. Apart from a fresh appearance, new cabinets often incorporate practical upgrades such as an ergonomic height and depth configuration, layout, and a range of organizers.
Customers continue to choose marble, quartz, granite, and other countertop materials. For bathrooms, countertops of varying thicknesses may be utilized without impairing the overall appearance. In terms of sinks, bigger, porcelain sinks remain the industry standard, particularly for master and secondary bathrooms.
Mirrors may be custom manufactured or bought from businesses that provide a wide variety of styles and options. Regardless of which, including mirrors into the overall design is critical to successfully finishing the redesign with harmonized colours. Contact us for more details.
Any bathroom redesign will need consideration of the quantity and positioning of light required in the area. Typically, a bathroom redesign should handle the four categories of light seen in a bathroom: task, ambient accent, and ornamental. Daily grooming tasks such as shaving or putting cosmetics need task lighting. Ideally, a pair of wall-mounted lamps flanking the sink may be added to offer the necessary shadow-free illumination. The ambient lighting, or ceiling light, will set the tone for the bathroom’s overall environment. Accent lighting, which may be used to highlight individual tiles, cabinets, or artwork, adds complexity to any bathroom. Finally, decorative lighting, which is often accomplished by suspending an eye-catching fixture from the ceiling, will provide the finishing touch.
Ceramic and granite countertops tiles are often utilized on bathroom floors. Larger tiles, as well as heated floors, are popular in these places. Heated flooring will keep you safer than the compressed conditioning system and will feel wonderful throughout the winter months.