Stormer Bathroom

In this bathroom remodeling project, we took an unused, empty corner, installed a vanity table for the lady of the house and updated the contractor-grade shower. Bye-bye boring bath.

Now the bath has a much improved feeling and a place for Mrs. Stormer to put on make-up and get ready for the day.

“Workers were always on time, neat, and friendly”

Mike and his crew demolished a shower and reconfigured the space, then put in a fully tiled shower. They custom built a dressing table with cabinets and drawers and a large lighted mirror at the end of the shower. We also had them remove a large granite countertop with only one sink in it, change the plumbing for double sinks, and put in a new custom built double vanity. The granite guys cut a second sink space into the existing counter and reinstalled it. They were able to match our floor tile and patch the places needing it perfectly, saving us from having to redo the whole floor. All walls and the ceiling were repaired and painted

We called 3 contractors for estimates and Mike was first to respond, returning our call by 5 the same day. He came out shortly before Christmas to see the job and prepare an estimate. He is a polite, personable young man and we enjoyed working with him very much. Much to our mutual surprise, we discovered we both lived in the same small suburb of Cleveland before migrating south. His workers were always on time, neat, and friendly. They took care to protect our floors and keep the construction dirt to a minimum. Mike was here checking frequently and in touch with us daily. He is always prompt to answer his phone. We love our bathroom remodel and were happy to find that we were within $50 of Mike’s original estimate despite making some changes and additions.

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