AGA Construction, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Bathroom Remodel’

Framed vs. Frameless Shower Doors for a Bathroom Remodel

Monday, November 7th, 2016

At AGA Construction, Inc., we know that every detail of your bathroom remodel makes a difference. We want to help you with all of the toughest decisions.

Frameless shower doors—those without an aluminum frame around the door—are growing in popularity due in large part to the simplicity of the design and modern trends in bathroom remodeling. Still, framed shower doors have their advantages. Take a look.

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4 Tips for an Easy-to-Clean Bathroom

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Cleaning the bathroom is the most hated chore for many of us, but it’s certainly one that needs to be done. You can make it a little easier on yourself with these tips for a bathroom that’s not so cluttered and that’s easy to clean.

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Remodel an Older Bathroom but Keep the Charm

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

You love the charm of your older home—but it’s time for a change. Practicality comes first in a bathroom, but the overall look of your old-style home is important to you. You can remodel an older bathroom while still holding onto that sense of charm. Check out our advice and call a local contractor!

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A Sink Design for Every Homeowner

Monday, August 29th, 2016

When you’re remodeling your bathroom, it’s a big task. You should put thought into every part of the process, from the color of the tile to the size of the shower to the placement of electrical outlets. Every detail can express something about you, including the type of sink you decide on. There’s something for every homeowner and every home. Just read on to find out more.

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What You Can Do with Custom Bathroom Cabinets

Monday, July 25th, 2016

The cabinetry is not something that everyone worries about when they first consider remodeling a bathroom. You may know that you want a new shower or tub. You have an idea of the color of the room, and you may know that you need to plan for ventilation and other features.

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Remodeling FAQ: Can I Make My Bathroom Bigger?

Monday, May 16th, 2016

You have finally found the time and saved up the funds to remodel your bathroom. You’re excited to replace the outdated shower and tub setup, or to trade up your antique sink to one that’s more functional. But can you actually get a bigger bathroom during a remodel as well?

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The Little Details Make the Biggest Difference When Remodeling a Bathroom

Monday, April 25th, 2016

When you’re remodeling certain rooms, like a kitchen, you might get excited about all of the big things you can add on to it (a kitchen island, for example, or a second stove). But when it comes to your bathroom, you’ll pretty much have the same features you’ve always had—a shower, toilet, sink, and tub—but perhaps of a better quality.

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Remodeling the Bathroom for Accessibility and Convenience for All

Monday, March 14th, 2016

You want everyone to feel welcome in your home, and it’s at the forefront of your design plan. This means that you may have to make some major changes if you have somebody in your life with unique needs for accessibility. AGA Construction Inc. is here for you. We want to help you design a place that’s accessible for all, so call us before you start your next remodel and take a look at some of our tips below. 

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A Bathroom Remodeling Checklist

Monday, March 7th, 2016

It’s tough to know where to start when you’re remodeling a bathroom. Of course, the details will vary from person to person, but in general, you’ll have to know a little bit about the following points before beginning major renovations to one of the most important rooms in the home.

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Your Options for a New Bathroom Countertop

Monday, February 15th, 2016

We find that one of the bathroom components homeowners are most selective about during a remodel is the countertop. A quality bathroom countertop can add to the resale value, and it can also make it easier to clean and maintain. Call a local remodeling contractor to learn more, or read on to find out about the most common bathroom countertop choices.

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