Outside of Melbourne's CBD in Montmorency, Adriana and her husband were facing a common issue many home-owners have with their bathrooms.
Following the purchase of a 20-year-old, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom unit, both the main bathroom and ensuite were completely functional and in great condition. However, the beige and cream colour scheme was really outdated and didn't suit the couples taste.
After a quote of $10,000 for materials alone and what could've cost upwards of $20,000 with trades, it was looking like a costly project. With perfectly good tiles, it was clear the bathrooms needed to be modernised and re-freshed but a complete gutting was unnecessary. Finding it difficult to justify the huge costs of a full renovation of both bathrooms, Adriana looked into re-enamelling after hearing about the experience others had with the process.
Looking for reputable companies to do the job, Adriana came across Bathroom Werx. After comparing reviews with those of similar companies and considering our 30 years experience, Adriana reached out for a quote.
Alongside a tradie husband and equipped with previous renovation experience, the couple redid the floor tiles themselves and turned to Bathroom Werx to give their wall tiles, shower bases and bath a fresh, modern look without the excess cost.
With the help of Bathroom Werx, the total cost of the project was approximately $4,000 for the ensure and $5,000 for the main bathroom - a huge difference to the original estimates of a complete, gutted renovation. Gone was the outdated, beige and cream traditional styling of the Pinder's bathrooms for a much smaller price tag and equally as effective outcomes.
See the complete transformation below.