Remodeling your bathroom is not something we do often or have even done once. Every remodel poses potential headaches and mishaps, but proper planning can help homeowners avoid making mistakes and minimize stress. Here is some common faux pas to steer clear of as you prepare for your bathroom renovation. Read More
COVID-19 has been the top priority for this country for the last several months and it looks like it will continue to be a top propriety for the remainder of the year. It has made us re-think they way we run our businesses.
In the past we took for granted the shopping experience; walking into a store and shopping, eating in restaurants, going to the movies and even using the “facilities” when needed. We saw the signs on the back of the restroom doors showing the last time it was cleaned. Read More
Plumbtile always carries an array of faucets and bathroom products. Our featured brand today is Watermark. Watermark is manufactured in Brooklyn, New York. They produce an American made faucet line and are a family owned business. Plumbtile is proud to carry this line and loves family owned businesses! Watermark values their products and makes sure to provide cutting edge technologically advanced faucets. They have taken the industrial look to a whole new level. Read More
With changing times technology has come a long way. I’m sure you have been in a situation where your hands are full of germs or dough mixtures and you are trying to turn on the sink. You don’t want to touch the faucet and spread those juices from chicken, or get filth all over your faucet so what you can do is add a gorgeous hands-free faucet. Plumbtile.com carries many different brands and options to elevate add style to the function of your kitchen or bathroom. Read More
Increase the Value of Your Home
There are so many little upgrades you can do to increase the value of your home. If you are looking to put it on the market you may want to just do a few simple little things. You want to make sure you get full market value of your home. Read More
Is the next renovation project your bathroom? The best and cheapest route to go in making a significant change is purchasing new bathroom fixtures. There are so many to choose from, that it can become overwhelming and strenuous. You will have to consider style, functionality, cost and how compatible they will be to your bathroom needs.
It is very difficult in today’s society to find a good contractor that can be trusted. Many individuals look to cut corners for an easy buck. Cutting corners in a kitchen or bathroom renovation might look good on the surface but after a couple of years the results might not be what you expected. For this reason, it is always important to take necessary precautions to cover yourself. Some ways to do that is to only pay a portion of the cost upfront. Have contracts specify estimated costs. Be sure to add what is expected of your contractor and when they should be completed with the project.
There is no question that the bathroom is the most used room in any home. It should be a welcoming room. Fixtures should be functional. Design should be pleasing to the eye. While a renovation can seem daunting, it is doable with the right knowledge. But first know the questions to ask yourself before starting.
Here are some questions to ask yourself before even beginning the renovation process.
Everyone knows that when it comes to bathroom renovation projects, it can get pretty costly. It’s always helpful to have a guideline that will help walk you through the process of doing it correctly. Especially if there is a way to go about it without dousing your creativity.
You’ve probably seen the commercial: A well-dressed couple meets with their architect. Without a word the woman reaches into her bag and pulls out a sleek, polished nickel faucet and says “Design a house … around this.”
While you might find the notion extreme, it may not be far from reality for someone creating their dream kitchen. Today’s faucets aren’t just a delivery system for water to the kitchen sink, they’re a style statement.