Bathroom renovation eliminates cramped space, steamy mirrors

Bathroom renovation eliminates cramped space, steamy mirrors
bathroom

bathroom

Member Karina Dones had a small main bathroom with no space or storage. Steam collected on the mirror while the shower was in use, since she didn’t have an exhaust fan. Looking for someone to remedy those issues, she hired highly rated Broome Property Enterprises of St. Cloud, Florida, to perform a full renovation.

Broome extended the bathroom area by removing a closet and making it part of the space. They stripped the entire bathroom to bare bones, replaced all the polybutylene with up-to-code PVC, rewired the electrical and added an electrical box and ventilation fan. They redid everything with mold-resistant drywall and concrete boards around the shower area.

They replaced every item in the bathroom with new ones, including the tub, toilet, counter, floors, window and lighting.

They tiled the shower and added shelving, which Dones says she loves, as it provides some storage space she didn’t have before.

“The cabinet has a super modern look and also provides a lot of storage space I didn’t have before,” Dones says in her Page of Happiness-nominated review. “Overall, compared to my old bathroom, it is a complete 360. My bathroom is now super spacious, has a lot of storage space and looks modern and chic.”

Dones says she’s heard so many times about contractors who never show up or fail to stick to their timeline. “That said, what impressed me most was their professionalism and punctuality,” she adds. “They were here on time every time. The job was completed with very high quality, and I definitely was happy with the finished outcome.”

MORE: Angie's List Guide to Bathroom Remodeling


More Like This

Dated builder bath gets modern makeover

2.jpg

Before: The old bath was dated with small tiles, white vanities, small-scale accessories and a brass shower enclosure. (Photo courtesy of Janet Lenzen)
Before: The old bath was dated with small tiles, white vanities, small-scale accessories and a brass shower enclosure. (Photo courtesy of Janet Lenzen)

An Angie's List service provider explains the bathroom remodel process.

Post New Comment

Deals

What is Angie's List?

Angie’s List is the trusted site where more than 3 million households go to get ratings and reviews on everything from home repair to health care. Stop guessing when it comes to hiring! Check Angie’s List to find out who does the best work in town.

Local Discounts

Daily deals up to 70% off popular home improvement projects from top-rated contractors on Angie’s List!