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Plymouth Master Bath - Part 2
After the design was pretty much solidified, the clients requested my preferred contractors to give quotes on doing the actual work on the space.
We had two bid the job out and after a hard decision the clients chose Landmark Remodeling.
We always make sure everything is ordered and either on site or en route before we get things moving, and this project was no different. We scheduled demo day and kept an eye on this as they arrived to ensure we were on track.
After an easy demo day and a site walk through we were very optimistic that Covid was not going to slow this project down!! Landmark had a tight schedule with plumbers and electricians so that we could get to tiling.
You always try to stack the trades so that you can eliminate down time. This in theory is ideal, but if one trade reschedules you... you may be rescheduling others.
And after examining products we were so lucky that nothing came damaged or wrong, which ALWAYS seems to happen.
One thing I love to here when I check in with contractors is that there were no surprises or things that stopped progress.
This can be water damage that was behind walls, or live electrical from who knows how long ago... the list is endless.
For this project we didn’t have any surprises! It was smooth sailing the whole journey.
The only hold up on the whole thing was the custom glass enclosure. Once they were able to measure, fabrication and install time was so much longer than usual... but the result was worth the wait.
TUNE IN NEXT WEEK FOR PART 3: AFTER the Remodel
Thank you for joining in and reading! I hope you got an insight into what we do, who we work with, the reality behind making old spaces new, and how awesome are clients are!