Bathroom Process

Bathroom Remodeling
Bathroom Process

The Bathroom Process of a bathroom renovation is perhaps the most rigorous of any home restoration. While it may be the smallest room in your home, even renovation of half baths can have you running into multiple processes including tiling, plumbing, electricity, and more. Ripping up old bathroom designs before renovation will take professional work should you not want to risk causing damage that could be costlier later. Whether you’re remodeling your entire bathroom or just a part of it, there is the risk of pulling up more than you intended to when you rip up old designs. The Homestar Group professionals can walk you through the general and specific step-by-step process of remodeling your old bathroom into your dream bathroom.

After you’ve contacted us we will meet with you so that we can listen to you which will allow us to get to know you so that we can begin to understand the concept of your style, desires, needs, functionality, and budget so that we may begin drafting the design of your fabulous new bathroom.

Consultation

After you’ve contacted us we will meet with you so that we can listen to you which will allow us to get to know you so that we can begin to understand the concept of your style, desires, needs, functionality, and budget so that we may begin drafting the design of your fabulous new bathroom.

Planning

The Homestar Group professionals will listen to your vision and consider your budget while designing your bath remodel.  We will provide a layout and a plan that will detail the work to be done in your bathroom.

Installation

AAfter the plan has been created and approved, it’s time to get to work.  Depending on the work to be done, you can expect demo, material delivery and installation and adding the finishing touches to your remodeled space.  You can be assured that your dream bathroom will meet your needs and budget.

Time to enjoy your newly remodeled bathroom

Finally, after the remodeling and installation of the bathroom process is completed, then we will have a final inspection to ensure that all the work is completed accurately and meets all safety and code requirements. Once we have received the inspection approval, our contractors will clean up and leave you to enjoy your new bathroom.