38 Kitchen and Bath Designers in Holt, AL
- 5227 Whigham Circle TuscaloosaAL35405495032
As an award-winning kitchen & bath design-build and remodeling firm, we are passionate about helping our clients improve their home. We are experts at identifying your needs, designing your vision, and managing the construction of your project – on time, on budget, and with definite style. Our entire team is dedicated to helping you actually enjoy the renovation process from start to finish.
- 1305 Twin Oaks Rd. E NorthportAL3547350504
The mission statement at Trick Construction – “Tuscaloosa’s Premier Builder, Delivering High Quality to Satisfied Customers” – says it all. And, it’s not just an internal slogan or a tired mantra, at Trick Construction, LLC all of their employees follow and embrace this philosophy. According to Fred Trick; “it’s our way of life and is our belief.” Approaching three decades of homebuilding excellence in the Tuscaloosa area, brothers Bill and Fred Trick, and nephew Aaron Sincroft have molded the company into one of the area’s most respected home building and remodeling operations. Hundreds of satisfied homeowners are the proof.
- 15033 Preacher Lee Road CokerAL35452485025
Livingston Cabinets has specialized in custom cabinetry and mill-work since opening in 2004. We operate with a team of kitchen and bath designers, draftsmen, expert craftsmen, finishers, and installers. We have the knowledge, tools, and experience to handle any type of custom cabinetry project you are considering from small to large.
- 5703 McFarland Boulevard NorthportAL35475
Lowe's Home Improvement. We offer full kitchen and bath remodeling services. From concept, to design, to installation and project management. We have everything you may need to make your dream a reality, with the peace of mind of a full one year warranty and full project financing.
Here's where you'll learn the pros & cons of bathtub refinishing. There are a variety of bathtub solutions available. The nationwide average cost on a complete tear-out and replacement is around $3,000. Next is the Re-Bath type plastic tub liners for around $1,300. Then there is refinishing the existing surface. I use a Sherwin Williams product called Tile-Clad. This is an industrial marine epoxy, the same coating used by factories on new fiberglass tubs and showers. In addition to refinishing fiberglass, it has also become the industry standard coating used to refinish porcelain cast iron tubs. This is by far the most cost effective way to make your old tub look brand new.