Featured Appomattox Master Bathroom Remodeling Project
This remodeling project was an enormous amount of custom work. The owners spent years building in the early 1990s as a Federal Styled home from the 1820s. The bathroom had a typical shower stall and Jacuzzi tub. Now as the owners age, they wanted something more accessible for a wheelchair.
Our job was to create a large custom shower, and other bathroom modifications, in a house of old style open beam construction. We had a photograph of something very much like we wanted, and the Milton design team started from there, setting up lasers, cameras, and generating a 3 D rendering of how the finished project would look. After a few adjustments we agreed on a final design. We then selected our fixtures, tile, colors, etc. from the vendors with whom Milton Construction works, and arrived at a final price and agreement for the project.
The job was done in the agreed upon six weeks, which included the holidays. The crew was very careful to cover and protect the house and floors and kept us up to date each day on progress made and changes that were needed as they got into hidden areas. They made small changes “on the fly” at our request, as the difference between what looks good on a drawing, and what works in reality, is often different. The job was finished on schedule and on budget and is exactly what we imagined it would be. Can’t say better than that!
Lannis & Fay
Spout Spring, VA
Featured Appomattox Double Bathroom Remodeling Project
This project was two bathroom remodels in one—adding a new master bathroom and converting the existing bathroom into a half bath. This involved some major reconstruction but Milton does a lot of bathroom remodels and these kinds of opportunities allow us to put our skills to good use. The project also features some aging in place safety like grab bars and bench seating in the spacious shower.
Bathroom/Tile Shower Renovation Appomattox, VA
These featured bathroom remodels highlight projects that also involved major remodeling of bathrooms—full demolition, walls moved, plumbing and electric rearranged, new fixtures installed, new moulding and fresh paint to finish. Some of these bathroom remodels were required for aging in place safety using grab bars, accessible sinks, and such—but that certainly does not mean that the finished bathroom can’t be quite beautiful!