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K2 Bath Design

K2 Bath Design has one primary mission. We make upper-class remodels accessible and affordable for the typical Twin Cities homeowner. Our unique, design and contracting approach has made us the largest bathroom and kitchen remodeler in the market. We make a process that is historically very complicated as simple as picking up the phone.

At our first meeting, our designer will meet with you and help to identify an optimal scope of work that will meet your aesthetic, functional and budgetary needs. We will personally work with you to select all the materials necessary to bring the perfect project in to view. Once the scope and design decisions have been made we will present you with a guaranteed price in writing.

You will not be left to design the space on your own. You will not wait 2 to 3 weeks for a written proposal. You will completely understand exactly what it's going to take to make your dream remodel a reality. This is K2's strength and it significantly sets us apart from our competitors. Let us help you. Call today to schedule an appointment.


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