It was so easy and fun to
pick out our new showerhead due
to your functioning water displays.
At the risk of sounding elusive, it depends. The scope of the kitchen or bathroom remodeling will dictate how long each project will take. For example, if you're relocating your fixtures and reconfiguring the room, the actual construction will obviously take a bit longer. A quick facelift and replacing fixtures can take a relatively short amount of time. It is important to remember that moving fixtures will generally require building department permits, which will also add to the project time so check with your professional contractor. Also, please schedule time to meet with your local Frank Webb's Bath Center consultant. When you do having timeline information ready based on your discussions with your contractor is helpful. This will allow your consultant to not only help you select products that fit your style and budget but that also fit your time table as well.
You can start by getting a good idea for the type of look and style you want. If you don't know yet, look at some magazines, websites, or watch some home remodeling shows to get some design ideas. Then, contact us for a free consultation with a Bath Center expert, and we will help you determine the steps you will need to take. Generally speaking, before construction begins, you'll want to clear out the area being worked on of all your personal belongings that can be removed. Check with your contractor for a "to do list". Another important tip is do not rip out your kitchen or bathroom fixtures until you have the new product onsite!