A full bathroom remodeling project can be both exciting and daunting at the same time.

A full bathroom remodel always starts with what we call the “wet area” – which is either the tub or shower area, walls, valve, door/shower rod, etc. Every project starts here because the wet area is the most critical piece to make absolutely sure it’s done right. Almost all maintenance and safety issues come from the wet area; whether it is water seeping behind the walls or under the floorboards, or a high step or narrow entry to get in, designing and installing the right tub or shower system for you and your specific needs is the key.

But that is only the beginning! A full bathroom remodel goes beyond the wet area. It may include a new floor, a new vanity and countertop, a new toilet, new lights, mirrors/medicine cabinets,  a ventilation fan, and painting as well. Additionally, there is often some basic repair/construction involved in terms of repairing damaged drywall and/or other patches, as well as potentially electrical work to add new outlets, and of course, making sure everything is up to the latest building code for your city. Sometimes it may involve rearranging the layout (moving a shower to a different area in the room).

USA Bath is dedicated to demystifying the bathroom remodeling process so homeowners can understand and make knowledgeable, fact-based decisions while designing their new bathroom (in close collaboration with an expert at their side) while being confident they have a partner who is 100% focused on delivering the perfect remodel specifically for them, and who proudly stands behind their work.

Let us help you navigate the process to get you the bathroom you’ve always wanted, at a price you can afford, while being efficient in your use of time.

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Wet area

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Vanities and Countertops

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Wet area

Every project starts with the wet area because it is the most critical piece to make absolutely sure it’s done right. Almost all maintenance and safety issues come from the wet area; whether it is water seeping behind the walls or under the floorboards, or a high step or narrow entry to get in, designing and installing the right tub or shower system for you and your specific needs is the key. At USA Bath, we work with you and listen and understand your issues and priorities so that you do not simply wind up with “a new shower”, but a new shower that is specifically designed to your needs, and is installed by a professional team that focuses exclusively on being the best at installing bathrooms. And if you choose our exclusive Bath Planet acrylic product for your tub and shower, it will be backed by a warranty for as long as you own your home. Damage, and the worry of damage, will be a thing of the past. (Yes, we do tile ☺ – but it is porous, and therefore does not come with a lifetime warranty).

Vanities and countertops

Vanities are the focal point of the non wet-area. They are typically the largest element in the bathroom, meaning the appearance sets the tone.  Also, we use the vanity multiple times a day – so we want to make sure the functionality and layout is a perfect match for our needs.

We offer a full range of vanity options from very small to 72” and even larger, and can tailor your space precisely for your needs – with drawers, cabinets, etc.. You can also add linen cabinets for additional storage.

We bring samples of wood types, colors, and drawer/drawer styles, so we can sort through and make decisions efficiently.

Equally important is the countertop.  Faucets and sinks, either one piece with countertop or stand alone, add the finishing touches to the look and functionality you are seeking. We will work with you to find the material, color and layout, and price point that is right for you!

Toilets

It may not be the most exciting part of the new bathroom, but don’t forget the toilet!

We can help you find the right height and design, that best fits your budget and lifestyle.

In addition, many cities have implemented water conservation rules, so selecting a code-compliant toilet is important in the overall planning process.

Flooring

New floor is a great way to extend the color theme of your new tub/shower to the rest of your bathroom.

Our recommended flooring option is Luxury Vinyl Tile as it is the best long term value.  Of course we also offer tile. We will help you find the color and pattern which will coordinate the overall best look