We get asked about NJ bathroom remodeling tips and ideas all the time. When it comes time to remodel your bathroom, there are so many things to consider, it’s pretty easy to get quickly overwhelmed. There are so many options available and you can’t possibly implement everything you might want to, either due to cost or conflicting interests of all your different ideas. While there will never be a perfect bathroom design for every person’s ideal bathroom, we thought we would offer up some tips today that might help you to streamline the whole process.
Congratulations to Holly K. of Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania! Holly’s entry was the winner, selected randomly from votes cast for the 2014 New Jersey Remodeling Project of the Year. Design Build Pros posted the ten best best completed projects in New Jersey that they designed and developed. The projects were all built by members of the DBP Preferred Remodelers Network. People throughout the country voted for their favorite remodeling transformation. The projects included bathrooms, kitchens, and additions. Continue reading
Design Build Pros has been named a winner in the 2014 Contractor of the Year Award (CotY) contest, presented by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI). Design Build Pros won the award in the Best Bathroom category.
The project, in Rockaway, NJ, was designed, developed, and sold by Design Build Pros. The craftsmanship was from ProSkill Construction ProSkill is a DBP Preferred Remodeler Network.
Please cast your vote and comment for your favorite design build remodeling project from the list below. The best vote comment will also receive a $50 gift card! The winning project’s homeowner will get a special gift. We narrowed the list down to ten popular projects. The results will be posted in January 2014. Please share this contest with your friends and post on your Facebook walls. We thank you in advance for your help and participation!
New owners of this 45 year old home in Morris County wanted to have some work completed before they moved in. On that list was the original hall bathroom. It was outdated, in disrepair, and there were indications of rotted wood in the outer wall and floor.
The project is a direct replacement, hall bathroom makeover project. The existing bathroom was gutted to the studs. Rotted wood was replaced and the outer wall was insulated. The new fixtures were placed in the same locations as the previous. The product selections were modest, yet stylish. Continue reading