The Process Behind the Magic
Tried and True Once you have entrusted us with your new bathroom project, at CabinetWorksPlus we adhere to a concentrated, methodical, yet expeditious process that has proven itself to be consistently effective and appreciated by our customers. Moreover, being privy to and having a complete understanding of our methodologies right from the outset will give you the assurance and confidence you need to carry on with your day to day lives while we're behind the scenes, unobtrusively crafting your new bathroom.
Personable. Meticulous. Exacting.
- At signed commencement of the project Cabinet Works customers receive a detailed itemized list of the renovation work to be undertaken and completed.
- From fixtures to hardware, all materials required for the project are ordered.
- Cabinet Works Project Manager contacts customer to schedule the project and to set a time for an in-home, on-premise meeting to inspect customer's home and to answer any outstanding questions before the work begins.
- To confirm the planned start date, Cabinet Works will call approximately one week before the work is scheduled to begin.
- The Cabinet Works renovating team and Project Manager meet at the job site.
- Removal and disposal of existing bathtub, shower, vanity, toilet, tile walls and floor, etc.
- Re-location of plumbing as required.
- Installation of tub.
- Installation of shower (could include a concrete shower pad, shower valve, shower body sprays, slide bar, tile walls and ceiling, shower lights, glass panels, etc.).
- Installation of electrical components (may include whirlpool/air tub, ventilation fan, plugs, GFI and spotlights, etc.)
- Installation of drywall including drywall board, tape, mudding, and sanding to make ready for priming and painting.
- Installation of floor (may include ceramic tile, vinyl, etc.)
- Installation of vanity and countertop.
- Installation of baseboard and wall tile.
- Installation of trim (could include window trim, door trim, baseboards, etc.).
- Final installation of plumbing fixtures (including toilet, sink, faucets, and accents).
- Final inspection.
- In-home, post-project meeting with Cabinet Works Project Manager and customer.