Bathrooms can be a sanctuary to some and a relaxation room to others yet many find their bathrooms are outdated and difficult to use. If you are looking for comfort and pleasure maybe it’s time for a bathroom remodel that suits your changing needs. TLS Home Improvement has helped customers throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area transform their bathrooms from outdated, unappealing nooks to elegant, modern, and accessible bathrooms. The addition of a new shower, new bathtub, fresh tiling, durable flooring and other features can instantly transform this room into something worth showing off.
A Room You Want to Be In
What kind of bathrooms do you most admire? If you have trouble imaging your dream bathroom, use these questions to guide your prospective designs:
- Do you like the clean lines of vintage fixtures?
- Do you appreciate the economy and operation of today’s best energy efficient lighting solutions?
- Do you wish your bathroom had more storage to accommodate the needs of a growing family?
- Do you want to offer your guests a private washroom of their very own?
- Do older family members with or without mobility limitations need bars or other accessibility solutions?
These are all questions to consider when thinking about what kind of bathroom you would like your home to have. Taking elements from bathrooms you like is a good place to start. Our renovation advisor can help you determine which features are best suited to your home’s structure.
Transforming the Space
As a company, we are known for delivering exceptional results, using high quality products, and prioritizing customer satisfaction at every stage. We take our reputation seriously and stand behind every job we do. We want our customers to feel entirely confident about their brand new bathroom remodel. Check out our stellar reviews on Angie’s List and other customer testimonials.
Contact TLS Home Improvement Today
If you have questions about bathroom remodeling or any other aspect of home improvement, call TLS Home Improvement today at (636) 368-1954 or send us a message online. For bathroom design ideas visit HGTV.