We use high-tech polymer (acrylic) options! This allows you to accomplish the look of tile and stone while keeping your surfaces water-tight and easy to clean.
Each remodel is custom designed for your space. Though we typically start with an average base price ranging from $8,000-$10,000, the best way to get an accurate price for your remodel is through a complimentary consultation.
Most installations can be completed in one day.
We work exclusively with acrylic for several reasons. Acrylic provides a water-tight system that protects you from water leaks over time. Acrylic is much easier to clean, whereas tile requires regular and time-consuming scrubbing that doesn’t quite get the stains out. What’s best is that there are many modern options to choose from when designing your dream bathroom.
We offer lifetime warranties on most of our showers and tubs! To determine which warranty applies for your bathroom, reach out to us for a complimentary design consultation.
Though our consultations are free, we do ask that you set aside roughly 60-90 minutes of your time. This allows time for measurements, an inspection of your bathroom, and for you and your design consultant to ensure the selections made for your bathroom are what you want.
We offer a variety of financing options for your bathroom project to suit your personal needs. From cash, same as cash, to traditional loans.
We are a veteran- and family-owned business, based out of Federal Way, Washington.
Because of nation-wide shipping delays across all industries, we currently experience approximately 12 weeks from the time your product is ordered until it is delivered. Once we verify we’ve received all of your materials and completed our quality check, we will reach out to you to schedule your install.
We are currently building out our showroom and welcome visits by appointment at this time. If you’re interested in scheduling a visit, please call 844-472-2284.
We do not offer liners, refinishing, or partial remodels because we want to ensure that we are not covering up any possible underlying issues.