Team Zimmermann

Bath Remodeling

Whether you just want to give your bathroom a facelift or a full gut job right down to studs, I can do it. I will help you through the whole process from our first sitting down figuring out what you’re looking for. New counter tops (all styles and materials), Cabinets (all styles and species of woods), Flooring (all styles and materials). I know that remodeling a home you’re living in can be slightly disruptive. I try to ease the process by moving quickly on the project and keeping the mess to a minimum. Scroll down to see some of my latest projects.

This full bathroom was built in the same space as the previous half bath in this 1927 Jackson farm house addition. I tried to make the design and look match the era of the home, while keeping in mind the functionality and the customers wants and needs. They were so pleased to finally have a shower on the second floor after being in the home for over 25 years.

The MAN CAVE basement bathroom, easy to keep clean yet still attractive. Great addition when you have a pile of people over to watch the game or just socialize.

This master bathrooms finishes were very well put together. The customer was a true artist and an absolute pleasure to work with through the whole bathroom remodel.

What can I say, but this tub was made for this location. So inviting after a long day of work and kids, settle in and relax in your own master bathroom sanctuary.

This shower is one of two that went into a turn of the century home. The old bathroom layout had a lot of wasted space. Not to mention that the old tile shower leaked and was kept together with about three tubes of caulk. Worked with the customer to make two very functional and beautiful bathrooms when done with the remodel.

During the demolition of this bathroom remodel, we figured out why the old neoangle tile shower leaked. When it was originally built back in the late 80’s, they used drywall behind the tile,, which was a common practice back then. All of our backer boards and floor pans are completely impervious to water. They are water tight even before the tile goes up.

This shower didn’t exist in the previous bathroom layout. Before I started this bathroom remodel, I tracked down the tile that was existing on the walls and floor, and ordered it from ITALY! The finished product is seamless going from existing tile to the new shower.

This full bathroom was built in the same space as the previous half bath in this 1927 Jackson farm house addition. I tried to make the design and look match the era of the home, while keeping in mind the functionality and the customers wants and needs. They were so pleased to finally have a shower on the second floor after being in the home for over 25 years.

This shower is one of two that went into a turn of the century home. The old bathroom layout had a lot of wasted space. Not to mention that the old tile shower leaked and was kept together with about three tubes of caulk. Worked with the customer to make two very functional and beautiful bathrooms when done with the remodel.

This half bath was existing in this location before the bathroom remodel took place. There were two doors going into it, so there was easy access to a bath from the master and the back yard. We closed the entry off from the backyard and added this shower. Reworking all the finishes in the entire bathroom area.