Why This Homeowner Is Thankful She Chose Made Anew Home Remodeling for Her Bathroom Update
This is a story most homeowners probably can relate to: Beth was sitting at her family room when she felt a drip, drip, drip from above. Turns out, the shower in the bathroom her teenage daughters used was leaking.
She had them simply use another shower for several months until the family was ready to update that bathroom. They hadn't had the best experience with the contractor they used about 15 years ago ´— the last time that bathroom was remodeled — and now that the renovation is partially completed, Townsquare Media's own Beth Roach is very pleased they went with Made Anew Home Remodeling:
1) Their attention to detail and commitment to quality was evident from the design stage on. For example, they noticed that the toilet was a little off-center, so they suggested moving it just a few inches to give just a little more room for the shower — Beth said she hadn't even noticed the toilet was off-center before, but she appreciates that it won't be in the new design. Similarly, they purchased tile from a supplier Made Anew Home Remodeling suggested, and the salesperson there was great at making suggestions within their budget and color palette.
2) The entire crew welcomes feedback throughout the whole process. Beth's project required them to rip everything out and replace pretty much everything, including hanging new sheetrock. Yes, it's all messy, but all the workers have been very careful to lay down tarps, vacuum and sweep and in general, leave the house in good condition when they leave for the day. When a wall was dinged during construction, they fixed it right away.
3) They are pleasant to work with and treat your home with respect. It sounds like a little thing, but of course, most homeowners continue using their home throughout construction. Beth said every worker who came to her home has been friendly and polite and she's felt comfortable having her daughters there alone with workers the few times their schedule required it. Moreover, Made Anew Home Remodeling was upfront on the schedule and how long each stage would take, so there were no unpleasant surprises.
Here's the progression so far:
Which contractor you choose not only determines the final result of a renovation but also how disruptive it is for your family life. The photos themselves show the massive change that is underway in Beth's home and she couldn't be more thankful she chose Made Anew Home Remodeling to make this vision a reality.
Of course, we'll share the final look when the project is complete, but in the meantime, if you're considering renovating your home, check out Made Anew Home Remodeling at madeanewhomeremodeling.com or by calling (609) 385-5153. You'll be glad you did!