BRM Pty has been completing bathroom renovations in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne and many other suburbs for over 30 years. During this time we have gained a wealth of experience in this specialised field of renovation. If your home in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne is more than 15 years old, there is great value in looking at updating the bathroom. Your old bathroom is likely to have leaks, cracked tiles and tiles falling off. The design may be inefficient and unattractive. The colour scheme and fittings are usually very dated. Most older bathrooms cry out for renovation.
Our bathroom renovations respond to the specific needs of our clientele, transforming your old and tired bathroom into a room that you will be proud of and want to spend time in. You can add significant value to your Eastern suburbs Melbourne home through renovating your bathroom, enjoying the benefits of your new bathroom yourself, or increasing the appeal to a potential buyer. The quality and design of the bathroom is critical in the purchase of a property.
Your new bathroom could include the following modern design elements and fittings:
- Tiling to the ceiling
- Frameless shower screens
- Mixer taps
- Open layout
- Wall hung toilet suite
- Wall- faced toilet with no plumbing showing
- Dual shower roses
- Double vanity basins with Caesarstone bench tops
- Semi recessed basins, counter mounted basins, under counter basins
- Glass brick windows
- Window replacements
- Under floor heating
- IXL Fanlight heating units
- Heated towel rails
- Wall niches
- Free standing baths
- Stepless showers
- Tiled drains and stainless steel drains
BRM completes many combination ensuite and bathroom renovations. Completing both the main bathroom and ensuite at the same time provides continuity of design, cost saving and effective use of the specialised tradespeople whilst they are on site. The bathroom and ensuite complement each other and add significantly to the overall look and appeal of your home. Why not enjoy the benefits of a new renovated bathroom and ensuite sooner rather than later?