Creating A Bathroom Spa In Five Steps

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Our home has a very long, narrow hallway near the back door that leads into our garage. It’s so narrow that we frequently brush against the wall when entering the house with any bags. In addition, the hallway is rather dark. It has canned lighting and ends up looking like a cave much of the time. The ceiling is 9 ft high and only adds to the sense of the hallway being very narrow.

Have a look at your existing showerhead—which is probably the simplest and most inexpensive version available—and you will see that it consists of a tubular piece that comes out of the wall, to which the showerhead is attached. Flush against the wall where the tubular piece comes out, there is a flange. The sole purpose of the flange is to hide the hole in the wall. The tubular piece is called the shower arm.

A bathroom vanity can be one of the most important fixtures in a bathroom, aside from perhaps installing the proper wireless thermostat Choosing the right bathroom vanity for your needs can seem quite a chore, as there are a wide variety of discount bathroom vanities on the market today. One of the most important things to consider when purchasing a new bathroom vanity is the size of the bathroom. Depending on how much space you have in your bathroom, you may opt for a single or a double vanity.

Many homeowners in the greater Long Island, New York area have big plans for their bathroom and need to speak to an experienced bathroom contractor who can handle jobs of any size and scope. Does the bathroom need to be expanded? Is it time for that hall closet to be integrated into the family bath? Alure Home Improvements is a full-service home remodeling company that is equipped to handle bathroom remodels of nearly any size. Let our creativity help design the oasis you’ve always wanted! The options are as limitless as your imagination. And we handle the entire project from design, planning, installation, service, permits, and more.