Your bathroom is nothing short of a refuge…your personal den of privacy…a getaway for relaxation and renewal.
When the time comes to remodel, you’ll have much more to consider than colors, textures, fixtures, and lighting. The question is: how do you want your newly remodeled bathroom to make you feel?
And then there’s the question of bathroom safety. Do you have anyone at home with special needs? Small children whose personal safety far outweighs any other consideration?
Well, at Bruce Solomon Plumbing, Heating & Air, we help design and build bathrooms that give you the look, the convenience, and added safety that blend together to make the perfect whole.
Bathroom Remodeling Ideas
The Power of Steam – Add a steam shower to your bathroom, and you add the ultimate in relaxation. An adjustable control panel offers temperature selection from 90 to 125 degrees and allows you to pre-set the duration of your shower. Hippocrates, the father of medicine, encouraged the practice saying “Give me the power to create a fever, and I shall cure any disease.”
No More Cold Feet — Bath salts, luxurious toweling, soft lighting…just a few of the ways you can pamper yourself in the bathroom. But with a heated floor, you’ll never again experience cold tiles on your bare feet. Electric floor heating also fills your bathroom with floor-to-ceiling warmth.
Walk-in Tubs – Now we can install a walk-in tub that’s safe for seniors, those with disabilities, and convenient for every member of your family. These tubs feature swing-open doors (which also make them easier to clean), no-slip floors, built-in benches, temperature safety valves, and many other features.
Do You Need More Storage or Floor Space? – Replacing your sink is a good time to decide if you need more space. A cabinet with sink mounted on top serves the purpose and gives a bathroom a finished look. On the other hand, if your space is small, you may choose a classic pedestal style sink. These are always in good taste, come in many styles for any décor, and open up precious floor space.
Choose the Way the Bathroom Sink Will Be Mounted – A clean, sleek look is achieved with a solid-surface, integrated sink. A flush-mount sink also gives a sleek look. An under-mount sink is installed under the countertop, resulting in a smooth, easy to clean, counter surface. A top-mount sink rests over the top of the counter. This is the easiest style for the do-it-yourselfer to install.
Basin Sinks – This style has been very popular in recent years. Bathroom
basin sinks sit on top of the counter. What’s more, they’re easy to replace should you decide to change the look of your bathroom.
Needs answers and ideas? At Bruce Solomon, that’s one of the things we do best.
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For ideas or instant action on your upcoming bathroom remodeling project, contact us today…we’re always glad to help.