As a veteran-owned and operated business, Marines Renovations knows how to complete a mission, which is important when it comes to bathroom renovations. Our skilled home renovation plumbers have been delivering exceptional service to homeowners from Northern Virginia to Richmond since 2013. We don’t just install new showers and tubs—we’re here to give you valuable advice to help you make the most of your bathroom remodel budget.
When you hire Marines Renovations for a bath renovation, you’ll get quality workmanship, clear communication, and the best fixtures and materials on the market.
When hiring Marines Renovations for your bathroom remodel, we’ll work closely with you and your other contractors to ensure a seamless bath renovation. Whether you’re just upgrading your fixtures or looking to move them to different locations, our experienced plumbers will get it done. Considerations for a bathroom renovation include:
Faucets – If you’re doing a complete bathroom remodel, you’ll need faucets for your sink(s), bath, and shower. We recommend choosing all of them from the same product line for a professional look.
Sinks – Upgrading your bathroom sink can make an outdated room look brand new again.
Toilets – While toilets will last for decades, there’s something to be said for getting a fresh new model when undertaking a bathroom renovation. There are a lot of options to choose from and we can help you decide which is right for your space.
Bathtubs and Showers – From spa-like rain showers to low-maintenance bathtub surrounds, we have experience with just about every type of bath and shower configuration.
The cost of renovating a bathroom can vary a great deal depending on the size of the bathroom, the extent of the renovation, and the types of materials chosen.
Yes, a bathroom remodel does increase home value. In fact, it’s one the best home renovations you can do if you’re looking to maximize your ROI.
Yes, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) estimates that most homeowners recoup at least 50 percent of what they spend on a bathroom renovation when it’s time to sell their home.
If you can keep your bathroom’s current size and layout, this will save you a great deal in plumbing costs. Also consider using a prefabricated shower or bathtub with a built-in surround rather than tiling the wall, which can be costly.
Updated, spa-like shower fixtures and going from a single sink to double sinks are two ways to add value to your bathroom when you’re remodeling.