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Re: Contractor/designer for Bathroom Renovation
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Give us a call for a free estimate! 800.616.3831. JJ Builders.
www.j-jhomeremodeling.com

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Adam Szpala did some very nice work for us. Clean, on time, honest. 201.424.6812. He came highly recommended by friends.

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Hello everyone. Looking for to renovate a bathroom as well. Any new contractors you people love?

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Thank you soaringswine1. I'll start with them

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We are currently using NASCO on a project.

The guys name is Shaz:

Shaz
www.nascopartners.com
NJ- (201) 94 Nasco
NY- (631) 60 Nasco


Not the cheapest, but he'll make you feel comfortable and has a good design sense.


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Appreciate the info.

Hoping not to move any pipes. But would like someone who knows what they are talking about. Someone who can bring in ideas.

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Appreciate the info.

Hoping not to move any pipes. But would like someone who knows what they are talking about. Someone who can bring in ideas.

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Hehe...most plumbers aren't terribly concerned with structure. If you are relocating drain lines you may need to double up your floor joists. Actually you may need to regardless depending on size span etc. and floor material.

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Hi. Use your designer for the layout and your contractor for the labor. With few exceptions, you would generally not rely on your gc for project design.



Actually you will if pipes, toilets and other utilities need to be moved and rerouted, designers will know fuck all about what is under the floors you may need to rip up.


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Hi. Use your designer for the layout and your contractor for the labor. With few exceptions, you would generally not rely on your gc for project design.

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Looking to renovate our bathroom so need a contractor who is more than a 'handyman.' Looking for so who can make the best use of space and renovate the bathroom completely.

Has anyone used a contractor they really like? I think you all.

Posted on: 2015/9/26 11:13
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