It is time to upgrade your bathroom if you see tile cracking, ugly grout, dripping faucets, or its just not functional with wasted space
Does your bathroom have tile cracks, ugly grout, faucets that drip? Does your master bathroom have wasted space? Maybe it’s not functional, doesn’t have enough storage, or maybe has certain aspects which you simply don’t use. If this is something that you can relate to in your home, then it may be time to change something. A local family was having a similar issue with their bathroom and knew it was time for an update.
“Master bath was aging as it was original that was close to 20 years old and was ready to renovate. We wanted to enhance the bathroom’s functionality and aesthetics by introducing a walk-in shower, remove the jacuzzi tub that was never used and separate each sink into a his and hers to give more storage and counter space.”
Having worked with Cabinet Discounters on a previous kitchen project at the advisement of their contractor Talon Construction, the family knew that we would be able to help with their bathroom project as well. This gorgeous new master bathroom in Ijamsville Maryland provides the family with everything they had been hoping for. All new upgraded fixtures and finishes. There is more countertop space, more storage space, and no more wasted areas like there previously was with the unused jacuzzi tub. That space that was never used is now his and hers separate vanities each with more room to get ready for the day. The family is overjoyed with how everything turned out.
“Talon remodeled our master bathroom, bedroom and one of our home offices. The bathroom was completely gutted to enable a more modern design that better fit our wants and needs. Most notably we removed the jacuzzi tub so we could separate our dual sinks, giving both my wife and I more vanity space and storage. Second, we wanted to convert to a walk-in shower (no doors, curtains, etc.). Master bedroom changes included new flooring, trim, paint and tray ceiling design, and a redesign of one of our wall closets and office entrance to convert to a barn door and hidden pocket door design.
As with our first Talon project, the team was top-notch. We worked with some of the same team members both in sales and design. Our job superintendent and our job lead carpenter more than ensured our project ran as smooth as any major remodel could possibly run. In the three years since our last project, there’s no doubt Talon has maintained the same culture with its employees and subcontractors: take pride in your workmanship, deliver the highest quality outcome possible and always make sure the customer is happy.
If you’re looking for a top-notch, uber-professional firm and a team that stands behind its work, look no further than Talon Construction. We’ll use them again in our future projects.”