Toronto Danforth Transitional Main Bathroom

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Before & Construction

Client Testimonial

"Our house is 100 years old; the bathrooms had not been renovated in over 30 years. We had done some of the design work and material selection prior to finding a contractor. We were intent on finding an honest and meticulous contractor that was willing to work with the plans we had created. When Mark first came to visit the house, he spent several hours discussing the details of the plan and the details of his construction methods. Mark was able to instill a confidence in us that other contractors were incapable of doing. After we officially hired Mark, he helped us to make some improvements to the plans; he and his crew then proceeded to build two beautiful and highly functional bathrooms. We are exceedingly happy with the end results and we will not hesitate to hire Mark again for other projects.

If you are considering hiring Mark, this is what you should expect: Mark is always honest. Mark almost always answers his phone. He is always willing to talk. He is always both friendly and accommodating. Mark and his crew all have an in depth knowledge of Canadian building codes and construction techniques. Mark generally likes to build well above the minimum building codes; he takes pride in his work and he wants everything he builds to last a very long time. Mark genuinely wants to see that his customers are happy during and after the renovation.

This is a brief summary of the renovation work that was done: new plywood installed to strengthen sub-floor; relocation of light fixtures and new electrical wiring; full height wall replaced with knee wall; new tile and glass shower enclosure, which includes thermostatic shower valve, linear drain, raid head, LED lights, niche, and foot rest; sleek new BainUltra tub with heated air jets and heated back rest; heated flooring; porcelain tiles on floor and walls (the tile work is stunning!); horizontal bands of solid quartz added as an accent material in shower and bath areas (this was an idea Mark had suggested; we are very pleased with the result); solid stainless steel tile edging; new vanities with beautiful quartz countertops and under-mount sinks; new fiberglass window frames with quartz jambs; recessed medicine cabinet; new Toto toilets; and new closet doors."

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