Bath Plus Kitchen

Whether your budget is $200,000 or $20,000 we offer design services, variety of selections, & quality craftsmanship. We specialize in full bath & kitchen remodeling projects. We can provide design services and sell materials if you already have installers. However, if you have a repair job, partial remodel or are fixing up to sell on a tight budget, we are not the right company for you.

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Bath Plus Kitchen   David, Thanks for the great review. It was a pleasure working with you.
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Bath Plus Kitchen   Ryan, thanks for the great review. It was a pleasure working with you.
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