Our projects start with the Tub/Shower area, but we also offer a line of vanities, vanity tops, faucets, toilets and wainscoting.
We carry a line of bath vanities that come in a variety of paint colors and stains. Your choices of vanity tops include cultured marble, solid surface, granite and quartz. Sink faucets come in a variety of styles and finishes to match your tub/shower. A nice little touch around your bathroom is to add wainscoting to the walls. Our wainscoting is made from the same acrylic material as our shower pans and bathtubs…meaning you get a solid surface that’s easy to clean and maintain and is backed by a lifetime warranty.
Brytons offers a selection of ceramic tile and vinyl flooring to update your entire bathroom. Our flooring installations include baseboard and floor transitions, and we will get your sub-floor up to date prior to installing your new floor. For those wanting an extra touch, we can install a heated floor system under your ceramic tile.
We specialize in using employee installers, not sub-contractors on your bath remodeling project. We train our installers on the products we install and we limit the selection so that our team of installers can be experts in the areas we perform work. There are two areas with which we sub-contract work. The first is for the production and installation of custom glass for the tub/shower area and the second is for electrical work that requires a licensed electrician. In general the work we perform is in the tub/shower area, bathroom flooring, bath vanity, vanity top, sink faucet, toilet and wainscoting. We can add a non-load bearing wall and hang the sheetrock, but we do not perform the work or sub-contract the work to mud, sand, and paint the walls.
Some customers would like us to only remodel the tub/shower area and they would like to do the rest themselves. We will be glad to tear everything out for you and prepare the floor before installing your new tub or shower. You can then install the rest yourself after we have finished. This is a great way to get the hard part completed correctly and still be able to add the “do it yourself” touch to the remodel.
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