Master Bathroom Remodel in Killearn Estates, Tallahassee
This master bathroom in Killearn needed an update. The shower was small with a swinging glass door, and the homeowners wanted to open it up. We removed a wall and rebuilt the closet, to create more room for a barrier free shower. Plumbing was moved to place hardware on opposite sides of the shower, so users can turn on and adjust the water without getting wet.
Our Favorite Upgrades:
- the Hexagon floor tile
- toilet paper/grab bar combo aside toilet
- storage tower with crown molding atop
This master bathroom remodel features jack and jill sinks with a custom storage tower in between. With aging in mind, our design includes features such as a barrier-free shower and grab bars for homeowner safety. The deep closet was taking up a lot of extra space, so we rebuilt the closet in smaller dimensions to create more space for the toilet area. After the closet was recreated, we used the original closet doors to keep on budget.
What is a Barrier-Free Shower?
Barrier-free showers are designed to provide a safe, independent and convenient alternative to a traditional bath tub. The danger of stepping into a bathtub is eliminated, and a low threshold handicap accessible shower can be used by people of all abilities.
Sub Contractors and Suppliers
- Plumbing was done by Mark McKinney Plumbing
- Electric work was done by O’Hara’s Quality Electric
- Drywall work by Sheetrock Services
- Tile completed by Phillp Cothron
The demo, shower construction, and finish work were done in house by McManus Kitchen and Bath. We also managed the project, met all sub contractors on site each day, and ensured a clean, organized job site. We work with the same sub contractors regularly so they are familiar with our work style, quality demands, and our emphasis on a clean, organized job site.
|Demo and Build Out||15,000|
|Bath/fan with Humidity Sensor||490|
|Window and Brick Work||2,240|
McManus Kitchen and Bath