Our Latest Renovation Projects in Calgary
Another project, this is on an acreage outside the city where the home owner decides on a properly sized shower stall over a tub/shower combo. Indeed, a very common request and one of the most functional renovation in a bathroom.
If your home still has nice cabinetry but the tops and surrounds are looking dated and worn, a partial upgrade could be a great solution to spruce things up. Laminated tops get damaged much easier than stone tops and so upgrading the tops and the back splash is a worthwhile face lift to your kitchen or bathroom. If the existing style and layout still functional and works for you, then this can be a good option and it is a fraction of the cost of a full revamp.
Modern European style bathrooms are extremely popular nowadays. A new customer browsing through our website found one of our completed projects and liked it so much that they got basically the same thing done their bathroom! This design is a bit different from the traditional, it is composed of straight lines and colder colours. It focuses on practicality and effectively using small spaces, as well as the bright and cooler colours and lights make small places look bigger.
This project shows the new demand people have for functional and well designed bathrooms. The small neo-angle shower stall was difficult to clean, had leaked and was just too small. The large 6 foot tub with the water jets is the thing of the past with today's 'green' world, just a waste of water and so most people don't use them much.
Here we have another high end and very cool condo in a trendy part of the city. Again, the builder had chosen a quick solution rather than a custom solution for the bathrooms. Acrylic one piece tub/shower units are great in a sense that they almost never leak. The look though is plain and boring and many clients request them to be removed despite they are still fully functional.
Here we had a project where the customer was unhappy with the dated colours of the en-suite bathroom. The shower stall was tiny and it still had the old style framed glass enclosure that is just such a paint to clean and maintain. In addition, they are from Europe and wanted a few European style extras such as heated tiled floor (YES, the linoleum had to go!) and a towel warmer.
Some bathrooms are still functional and looking stylish but just like in this case, the builder went cheap on the flooring and for a high end home this is not acceptable.