Before & After
Fort Myer Bathroom Renovation After
Now its time to grind out the grout lines. We use a dust collector filter before the vacuum so most of the dust is picked up. We grind the grout out and then install new performance grout.
"Vanity So Ugly"
Homeowner Goals: Client wants to update the bathroom without having to rip out tile
Symptom(s) Ugly Bathroom
Size- 3 Vanities, 2 Bathrooms
Location- SailHarbor (Fort Myers)
Duration- 2 visits, + 1 follow up check in
Dirty Tile Grout
old yellow Electrical
(Plugs / Switches)
New Doors + Drawers
Sand / Prime / Paint
New Plugs & Switches
Client Vanity is Real Wood. Buying a new one, installing, and reconnecting plumbing is going to add about 20% more, for potentially lower quality. I advised the client we could salvage the cabinet, and likely salvage the doors. Order new doors for the 3 vanities if needed. This bath was not a candidate for a ReGrout, so we colorseal it.
Replace fixtures, Hardware, Touch up paint walls after, color seal grout.
Remove Doors & Sand
Removed the doors and began to clean and sand. When cleaning, realized the doors have a cheap particle board that was taking in water. Thus these doors can not be salvaged.
We had cabinet company come out and measure for new doors and drawers. This was the best decision which will get the client a much better result. 13 total doors and drawers were sized and ordered and we began painting and priming the doors.
Tape + Paint
3 vanities total. Guest bathroom has different counter surface as you can see
Fixture, Receptacles, & Switches
Lots of ugly yellow plugs and switches, & Lighting Fixtures. We replaced these with energy efficient fixtures and new non-yellowed plugs and switches. Then light sand, touch up paint.