bathrooms

Counter tops

Granite Countertops

Long lasting, stain-resistant and beautiful, granite is the Rolls-Royce of countertops. It is the most durable and easiest to care for of any of the natural stone materials.

Manufactured Quartz

Manufactured quartz imitates the look of limestone, granite or marble, but is even more resistant to scratches and stains. This synthetic composite comes in a wide variety of colors and thicknesses.

Tile

Tile has always been a popular material for bathroom countertops, but homeowners often complain about the need to clean the grout. Tiles now are larger size, which eliminates the numerous grout lines.

custom cabinets

What You Need To Know About Bathroom Cabinets

Are you refinishing cabinets?

If you'rer remodeling plan includes refinishing existing cabinets and replacing hardware, choosing the correct products to achieve your desired goal requires homework. Bob Davis Construction can offer expert advice on every aspect of your bathroom remodel project.

Are you replacing cabinets?

If your remodel project includes the total removal of all old cabinets and the building of new cabinets or the installation of manufactured cabinets, Bob Davis Construction can eliminate the many unexpected problems that can get in the way.

Cabinet Materials

Bathroom cabinets are subject to temperature change as well as high humidity and moisture on a daily basis. Bob Davis can help you select the right materials for your desired outcome.

Cabinet Hardware

Different types of cabinet hardware come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. They can, however, be broken down into basic categories: cabinet knobs, pulls, handles latches and hinges.

Cabinet Finish

Choosing the right finish is essential to getting that personalized look you are after. Finishes include stain, glaze, paint and polyester. Bob Davis can answer questions you have on subjects discussed here.

tubs/showers Flooring

There are numerous types of materials bathtubs are made of, each with unique properties, pros and cons. A partial list includes acrylic, cast iron, ceramic or porcelain tile tubs, copper, cultured marble, fiberglass and granite. Confused? Call Bob Davis.

Tile is a great choice for bathroom flooring because of its hygienic properties such as being waterproof and easy to clean. Tile generally needs to be resealed every few years as a matter of periodic maintenance.

Stone and stained concrete are very costly but the beauty and endurance out last most other materials used in bathroom flooring. Concrete and stone can be slippery when wet if not textured properly.