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We had fun working with Christie on her bathroom remodels.
The first projects she wanted done was the guest bathroom for the kids. We removed the wall between the vanity area and the shower/toilet room. We also gutted everything in the space.
The house had all the original Ahwatukee builder grade materials.
She chose white quarts tops with gray cabinets along with a middle cabinet above the countertop for more storage.
She chose a white shower wall tile that wraps around the bottom of the shower wall and along the bathroom walls past the shower section. She chose a nice gray shower wall tile for the other section of the shower along with a shower wall niche long enough for all of her kids to easily fit their items.
There is another bathroom for the kids that we completely revamped.
We gutted everything in this Ahwatukee bathroom and made it look new and stylish:
We built a shelving unit to the left of the shower since the kids didn't need a huge shower but did need storage.
She chose a long pedestal sink to make it easier for the kids.
She let her son pick the shower curtain 🙂
It was great working with Justin and Whitney. Their kitchen was outdated and not very functional.
We removed the wall from the kitchen to the living room to create a much larger kitchen.
Everything got gutted including the tile countertops, old cabinets and appliances.
They wanted to fridge located in the old living room area with a new set of cabinets for extra storage.
I love the glass cabinets they went with. The kitchen's quarts countertops go great with the cabinets, paint and new flooring we installed. The former tile was very outdated as you can see.
Here's a couple extra shots of the space:
Justin and Whitney were both kind enough to provide a review of their experience with us:
Master bathroom remodel in Ahwatukee
We’ve had the pleasure of working with Elizabeth on her home in the past. This time we remodeled her master bathroom.
The shower was sunk in quite a bit which was a safety hazard and frankly just ugly.
This shower remodel was fun because the shower wall tile wrapped around the majority of the bathroom and I love how the the wavy look shows sophistication.
We also did a vanity remodel for her and I love the 3 dimensional elements of the new space:
We also installed a floating toilet with a custom place for the flusher on the wall:
Master bathroom remodel
It was a blast working with Paul. We remodeled his guest bathroom and master bathroom remodel in Ahwatukee.
The master bathroom had the original builder look & materials that he wanted renovated.
The shower niche has a detailed and gorgeous look with the diagonal tile in the back to tie in with the shower wall tile band
We keep the cabinets and bathtub and removed everything else. He wanted an open cabinet where the blank seating are was in the middle of the vanity. We custom built one and matched to his cabinets.
I really likes the mirrors and lighting he picked.
The guest bathroom has a similar look that goes well together:
Paul was nice enough to provide us a review:
It was great working with Alisa and John. We originally were going to keep the bathtub but it was all one piece with the shower. After examining and seeing inside, the best option was to replace the bathtub.
It turned out beautifully with the new bathtub!
We gutted their old shower including the floors, walls and that old shower frame with calcium deposits and rust.
Alisa and John picked beautiful long subway tile with elegant wall band tile.
We installed a recessed shower wall niche for shampoo and soap along with a shower foot niche to safely shave in the shower. (look towards the bottom of the shower wall)
With the new tub, thin pony wall between the shower and bathtub, tile across the shower and bathtub, this turned into a spa-like
We also replaced their guest bathroom vanity and installed 10 can lights in their living room and kitchen. As John said, it was like a cave in there before the can lights were installed.
3 Bathroom Remodel Project in Chandler
It was fantastic working with Mary and Joe.
The shower had the gold frame enclosure, outdated cultured marble and a garden tub they didn't use. We removed all of it to start over.
The vanity was outdated with builder grade materials. They also had the old mirror panels glued to the wall, along with outdated lights.
The flooring was falling apart and the grout had disappeared from many spots....
So we removed everything from this room!!
Mary choose subway shower wall tile that we covered across the entire wall to give it a really nice clean look. We also built a pony wall with the subway tile on both sides. They wanted a glass panel above the pony wall.
She wanted white shaker cabinets and white/gray quartz countertops providing a clean look. New faucets, mirrors, vanity lighting and accessories really bring this master bathroom in Chandler together!
And check out the before and after of the shower!
We also remodeled their guest bathroom from the same old builder grade materials to brand new clean looking guest bathroom:
Mary left us a kind review on Facebook:
Master Bathroom Remodel in Ahwatukee
We enjoyed working on this master bathroom with Derek and Vivian.
The shower had the gold frame enclosure, outdated cultured marble look along with bad water damage on the bottom outside of shower. (You can see in the pictures below)
They wanted a longer shower so we removed the small vanity and the bathtub. Derek is tall so we increase the height of the shower plumbing and installed a rain shower head.
They chose beautiful shower tiles including a nice mosaic tile that we use in the 2 recessed wall niches and shower band across.
The frameless glass provides a clean look while showing off the shower.
The other vanity was outdated and only had one sink. So we changed the plumbing to allow for 2 sinks and installed this sleek vanity. We added another electrical location for the lighted mirror which also plays music.
Modern Bathroom and Kitchen Remodel in Chandler
We enjoyed working on this bathroom and kitchen remodel for Annette.
She had us gut the entire kitchen including the ugly light boxes and increasing the ceiling height.
She wanted to change the layout from a "C" shape to an "L" shape and add an island. This provided to access points to the sink, oven and middle of kitchen.
She chose a 2 tone kitchen cabinets with white shaker upper cabinets and black shaker base cabinets.
The cabinets, beautiful white tile, black and white backsplash, white farmhouse sink, matte black faucet and graphite appliance all went quite nicely together. This was quite a transformation thanks to her wanting to change the layout, increase the ceiling height and the selection items she chose.
She also wanted a new cabinet hutch with a glass top to showcase some white items that continue her beautiful color choices:
She also wanted to update the master bathroom. So we gutted everything and changed from a single vanity to double for both of them. There's new can lights instead of the one vanity light, which drastically increased the light in the space.
She had us also remodel the shower with quartz walls for easy maintenance, an acrylic shower floor and glass sliding doors.
Here is the review Annette left us:
Sophisticated Whole House Remodel in Ahwatukee
This was one of my favorite transformations of a whole house renovation creating a sophisticated look.
The homeowner is a bachelor with a fantastic house to remodel and transform to make it his own.
We gutted the entire kitchen including the ceiling fan and the ugly recessed halogen lighting boxes, replacing them with canned lights.
Justin chose espresso cabinets with flat faces and small inconspicuous cabinet handles. He chose 2 countertop materials, giving the kitchen island a nice pop of contrast and color. We also increased the size of the island countertop.
He chose a large slate colored single basin sink that nicely compliments the other elements of the kitchen. He chose a beautiful industrial style faucet with a water pot dispenser and we installed a point of use water heater under the sink to give him immediate hot water.
We moved the fridge from the center of the cabinet section to the right so the cabinets and countertop space is now much more functional.
The fireplace was outdated with the blue bump outs, old off-white square tiles and the hearth like flooring section below.
He asked us to gut the entire thing and install an electric fireplace along with creating a niche for electronics. The fireplace has a remote and allows him to adjust the flame to different colors and settings.
So we removed everything from the area and created a new flat wall at a 45 degree angle to provide a sharp look. Justin and our designer chose a great tile to give the fireplace wall a sophisticated look.
The next space we remodeled was his master bathroom. This is my personal favorite walk in shower! It went from an ugly gold shower glass enclosure with cultured marble to a sophisticated Bellagio Hotel-like shower.
It had an uneven soffit above, so we added a little more to provide symmetry to the space. The bathroom shower was gutted down to the studs along with the garden bathtub.
Justin wanted a dry off section with towel storage, rain head shower coming from the ceiling, hand held shower fixture, and a large niche with a tile band running across the entire space. The custom floating towel storage goes well in the space and is very functional.
The large sheet of glass hides nothing and allows all the beautifully picked items he chose to show themselves off.
The original master bathroom vanity is the basic builder grade with a flat mirror, ugly outdated light and 2 medicine cabinets.
We gutted everything and built a new space with 2 electronic mirrors, middle vanity pantry cabinet, quartz countertop and brushed nickel accessories. (luckily you can still see the transformation even with Ben in the picture : )
Justin also had two guest bathrooms where we left the showers because they weren't used often and remodeled the vanities including the mirrors.
In both guest bathrooms the cabinets, countertops, faucet and mirror were outdated so we replaced them all to give it a sophisticated and modern look.
Here's a video of the remodel:
Master and Guest Bathroom Remodels in Chandler
It was so nice working with Jeri and Tae. They wanted 2 bathrooms remodeled along with 2 smaller projects adding tile backsplash in the kitchen and 6 canned lights in the family room.
The Master bathroom had the original builder's cultured marble along the shower walls and the bathtub surround. It was outdated and they wanted to replace with tile.
So we gutted the master bathroom shower down to the studs and she chose 3 different tiles for the master shower along with a beautiful shower fixture. The frameless shower glass provides a clean and sophisticated look. For the master vanity, we removed the countertops, plumbing and mirror and replaced with new items that give the space an elegant clean look.
In the guest bathroom, they had the really odd looking acrylic/fiberglass shower insert. We removed it down tot the studs and installed the same tile as the master bathroom along with a beautiful shower head and handheld combo.
Jeri (Jeong) was kind enough to leave us a review:
It was a blast working with Ben and his newly purchased home. He threw us a curveball by adding 3 bathroom remodels to the project after we started, but we still finished within 1 week after our ORIGINAL completion timeframe. : )
This house was quite eclectic with old Saltillo tile floors (over an inch thick!), a large painted mural on the wall, a large soffit that reduced the ceiling height in the kitchen and a lot of outdated colors and styles.
We essentially gutted the entire kitchen and designed it to how Ben and his wife wanted. They picked some great colors for the kitchen including gold handles for the upper white cabinets and stainless steel handles for the blue cabinets.
The bathrooms were made up of old cheap cabinets, shower tile colors that were very outdated and an overall look that screamed... Change me!!
We also gave the old dirty looking fireplace a facelift by painting it, installing a new fireplace cover and building a custom mantle.
Ben was nice enough to leave a review on Google:
2 Bathroom Remodels in Chandler
We enjoyed working with Courtney and Heidi on their master bathroom and guest bathroom remodels.
The master bathroom had 2 small vanities that didn't give them the counter space they wanted. They didn't want a regular vanity so we built them a custom floating vanity that gave a sophisticated look while increasing the countertop space.
We also opened up the wall by removing the arch which brings more light in and opens up the space from the bedroom to the bathroom...
The master shower was an old fiberglass insert that had seen better days. We removed the shower items down to the studs and installed a white subway tile wall with a beautiful pebble stone tile floor. We got rid of that curtain and replaced with glass sliding doors. They picked a great wood looking ceramic tile that will last a long time and goes great with the shower floor.
The next bathroom was the guest bathroom...
It had the old square speckled shower wall look and the bathtub had seen better days. We removed the old baseboards that were rotting and ripped out the entire shower and bathtub.
They picked a great glass subway tile that has a great shine to it.
3 Bathroom Remodels in Chandler
It was great working with Priscilla and Ian.
They wanted to remodel their 3 bathroom showers along with install new countertops and mirrors.
The master bathroom shower had the old builder-grade cultured marble walls along with the thick shower glass frames. The bathtub surround also was the builder grade cultured marble.
We removed the shower walls down to the studs, removed the shower floor, countertops and mirrors. Then installed the new large white subway tiles on the shower walls and bathtub surround to provide a bright and clean look.
We installed a beautiful pebble stone floor with matching shower wall niche.
We used the matching tile in the 2 guest bathrooms which also had the old original builder grade look.
Here's some photos of the remodel project:
Ian and Priscilla were nice enough to provide a review on Google:
Whole Home Remodel in Ahwatukee
We had the pleasure of working with Maryola and Damian on a whole home remodel in Ahwatukee, AZ.
The fireplace had a really outdated look with the drywall pop outs and dark faux stone. So we removed it all and built a white wood fireplace mantle with stacked stone around it.
This Ahwatukee kitchen remodel was a great transformation without having to get new kitchen cabinets. We painted the cabinets white to brighten up the space along with installing new cabinet handles.
They choose a beautiful quartz countertops and white subway tile backsplash to go with the white cabinets.
We installed a large basin sink with new faucet and accessories to give this kitchen a nice shiny and bright new look!
The master shower had the old framed glass that wasn’t in great condition along with 90’s style shower tile.
We ripped out the shower down to the studs and built a brand new shower with nice large gray subway tiles and frameless glass. We also installed a large shower head that has a hose for easy accessibility.
The homeowners also wanted a large shower wall niche to store their shampoo and other products.
We kept a nice consistent look from the existing tub to shower by using the same tile continuously across both spaces.
This vanity had a seating area in the middle that Maryola did not want to keep. It’s very common in Ahwatukee bathrooms and most homeowners don’t use them. So we installed new bathroom cabinets to provide more storage.
We installed the countertops and 2 new taller faucets that give the vanity a nice high end clean look.
It had the outdated sheet of mirror glued to the wall. So we removed it and installed a beautiful long vanity mirror she picked out.
The mirror really tied in the other elements together!
This Ahwatukee guest bathroom had seen better days! It looked quite old and dirty.
We removed the bathtub and shower walls down to the studs.
We turned this tub and shower combo into a walk in shower with new tile floors and walls along with sliding glass doors.
We painted the cabinets in the guest bathroom and installed new countertops. With a new mirror, sink, faucet and lightening it gives this vanity a new beautiful updated look.
The downstairs guest bathroom had pictures of dolphins and other nice aquatic sea life. It wasn’t a good fit for this nice Ahwatukee home so we repainted the walls.
We installed new countertops, sink, faucet and mirror.
The new floor tile she picked really make the floors pop!
Maryola was so kind in providing a glowing review:
Kitchen Remodel in Chandler
We really enjoyed working with Candice and Ben on their Chandler kitchen remodel.
They wanted to add new kitchen cabinets, countertops and a wine rack. The glass tile backsplash above the countertops adds a nice flare to the kitchen.
They also wanted a stainless steel farmhouse sink, deeper cabinets above the fridge and a trash pull out to improve the kitchen's functionality.
Most people fear kitchen remodeling because it takes a long time and can be a big mess. They went on vacation for a week and we had 90% of it done by the time they came home!
Here's some photos of the remodel project:
Ben was kind enough to provide a review of us on Google:
Investment Property Remodel in Sun Lakes
We remodeled this entire house for Felipe, an awesome investor...
The whole house was remodeled which included a full kitchen remodel, 2 bathroom remodels, french doors, new fireplace, flooring and paint. Personally my favorite transformation is the fireplace.
We really enjoyed working with Felipe and can't wait for his next remodel!
Here's the review he gave us on Google:
Whole Home Remodel and Kitchen Remodel in Chandler
We remodeled almost the entire house so it's easier to have the remodel before & after photos in a video:
That was a home remodel for an awesome family in Chandler, Arizona.
The whole house was remodeled which included a full kitchen remodel, 2 bathroom remodels, flooring and paint.
We really enjoyed working with Brittany because she was so sweet, gave us care package during the remodel, and invited us to a pool party! Check out the video to see the kitchen remodel and the bathroom remodels.
Investment Property Remodel in Phoenix
We renovated the entire house so it's easier to have the remodel before & after photos in a video:
That was a home remodel for an investment property in Phoenix Arizona.
The whole house had to be completely remodeled. That included a full kitchen remodel, 2 bathrooms, fireplace, flooring, drywall and paint.
The house had been neglected because the owner had a tenant destroy the property.
The real estate investor was out of state and we helped him choose all items and gave him picture and video updates for the entire home remodel process. This was a great investment property home remodel in Phoenix, AZ.
Shower Remodel in Scottsdale
Lauren just bought a home in Scottsdale and wanted to make her shower larger.
The shower was 3ft by 3ft and a little cramped. She was not happy with the old style of the shower.
We were able to enlarge the shower but keep the cost down by not having to remove walls, only a small section to open up the shower area.
Lauren chose a beautiful wall tile that tied into the bathroom well.
The mosaic tiles on the bottom give the shower a nice pop and tie in well with the wall tile.
The glass half wall and glass door provide light and show off the new shower.
It was a delight working with Lauren on this project and look forward to helping her with the kitchen.
Lauren also wanted to remove a wall that closed in her dining room and family room. So we removed the wall and it really brightened and opened up the space!
Bathroom Remodel in Arcadia Phoenix
Ryan and Cat live in the Arcadia Phoenix area and they wanted to remove several walls to enlarge their bathroom and put in a nice spa-like shower.
They complained about how small the shower was as you can see in the image. Plus they weren't a huge fan of the pink shower tile.
We partnered with Ryan and Cat to do a full remodel including the removal of several walls and moving plumbing and electrical.
We redid the plumbing to give them a rain shower that starts at the ceiling and not on the wall.
They chose an exquisite gray tile for a unique pattern in the middle of the shower wall.
They also chose a darker accent tile for the shower floors and shower niches on the left.
The shower tile to the ceiling was a nice touch and great decision from Ryan and Cat.
The also wanted a frame-less shower glass door so you can see all the beautiful details.
We then installed vanity, new flooring and painted.
They are very happy with the remodel and were a pleasure to work with!
Kitchen Remodel in Chandler, AZ
Daniel and Christina of Chandler wanted to remodel all elements of their kitchen including moving the location of the oven and fridge and installing an over the range microwave.
They wanted to keep the U shaped kitchen without an island to have it open in the middle.
We removed everything elements from the kitchen including the drywall due to previous leaks.
They wanted a sleek kitchen look with dark cabinets, earth toned glass back splash, stainless steel appliances and neutral rectangle tiles.
This kitchen remodel in Chandler took 3 weeks and we were able to plug the fridge and microwave into another room so they could use it while we remodeled.
Daniel and Christina were a pleasure to work with and when the project was completed, we had a blast hosting a party with their friends and family in the new remodeled kitchen.
Bathroom Remodel in Chandler
This was a bathroom with a corner tub that the homeowner didn't use or want anymore. They were also unhappy with the size of their shower.
We gutted the bathroom including removing the wall between the tub and shower and gave them a spa style bathroom with a rain shower head above, 6 body jets, a sitting tile bench and a shower 3 times the size of their previous one.
Our favorite touch the homeowner chose was the multi-colored hexagonal tiles on the floor that are all unique in pattern and colors.
Kitchen Remodel in Chandler, AZ
Matt bought his first home in Chandler and wanted to make some renovations before moving in. He wanted to remove a wall because it had a small entry way from the family room into the kitchen and dining room.
We removed the entire wall to open up the family room to the dining room and kitchen.
He felt the current U shaped kitchen layout restricted him and knew entertaining would be more difficult.
We changed the kitchen cabinet layout to an L shaped kitchen with a center island. This way he could enter or exit the kitchen from two areas instead of one. It got rid of the bottle neck of having only one entry into the kitchen when entertaining.
We were able to remove and reuse his cabinets to save money. We replaced all the countertops with granite.
He wanted a darker cabinet for the island with gave the kitchen a nice two-tone look.
The center kitchen island has a matching granite countertop.
This was a fun kitchen remodel in Chandler!
Bathroom Remodel in Phoenix, AZ
This bathroom came with the original builders inexpensive items and materials they use in a lot of homes.
The owner was not happy with the old tile, one piece counter/sink and a shower with only a shower curtain.
He provided pictures of exactly what he wanted including the shower mosaic tile.
We were able to replicate everything he wanted including the special mosaic accent shower tile and we completed it under their budget!
He said: "You brought my bathroom from the 90's to modern and sharp looking!"
We loved this bathroom remodel in Phoenix.
Shower Remodel in Ahwatukee, AZ
This guest bathroom shower remodel in Ahwatukee was a great project because we loved working with the homeowner Elizabeth. She likes us too and is going to have us remodel her master bathroom next.
She didn't like the white tile with the accent tiles from the 90's. We also removed the bathtub so she could have a walk in shower.
The shower tiles are very sleek and the shower valve and head go great with the whole look.
Elizabeth left us a nice review on google:
"From first contact to finish the experience was beyond my expectations! The communication, collaboration, and attention to detail was first class. The bathroom tub removal & shower install was completed on time and at budget. I can't wait to start an even bigger project with Phoenix Home Remodeling."
Bathroom Remodel in Ahwatukee
This was a quick and easy bathroom remodel in Ahwatukee. Ryan the homeowner had purchased a home where the previous owner had remodeled but they didn't like the remodel the previous owner had completed.
He complained that the tile counter grout got dirty easily and was difficult to clean. He didn't need all the counter space and wanted to reduce the length of the counter.
Ryan wasn't happy with the style of the vanity cabinets, faucets or the mirror.
So we gave him a vanity remodel with dark wood cabinets, white marble to accent the dark vanity along with a new mirror and faucets.
Bathroom Remodel in Tempe, AZ
This bathroom remodel was for the company US Diversified Services.
Their former bathroom looked like it was from a hospital and they wanted to update it.
They did not have a use for the safety bars and they wanted to get rid of the old commercial looking items like the fluorescent light, old toilet paper holders, hospital-type sink and the linoleum floors.
We removed everything including the plastic wall protector on the bottom half of the walls.
The client wanted a white vanity with a brushed chrome faucet and accessories. We put down wood looking tiles for durability plus providing a nice modern and natural look.
New toilets, baseboards, mirror, painting & brighter lighting really brought the bathroom together.
Bathroom Remodel in Ahwatukee, AZ
This Ahwatukee couple Jason and Sarah didn't like the white cabinets and wanted a complete renovation.
They also wanted the old dark ceramic floor tiles replaced.
The large mirrors had no design to them and the clients wanted them removed, along with new light fixtures above.
They asked for a Mediterranean look and they wanted a square/rectangular motif. They picked out rectangular sinks to match the square faucets.
The granite they chose is one of our favorites!
The dark faucets also match the dark cabinets. They wanted the cabinets to be higher than normal so they didn't have to bend down as far to wash their face. We are happy to accommodate!
The mirrors above the sinks matched the faucets, the cabinets and the dark brown in the granite, along with keeping with the square/rectangular motif.
The floors are travertine to add a unique look with no 2 matching each other.
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