Shower tile seat
This homeowner loved her wallpaper, but not her mildewing and cramped bathroom. Renovation by RWS Construction gave her an expanded shower & heated floors to create a cozy spa -- all while keeping her wallpaper in tact!
Powder bath addition
This powder bath and closet addition give just the right touch of form and function in this Raleigh renovation.
Tub tile Wake Forest
New tile, fixtures, glass, and an update to the existing vanity gave this master bathroom a completely updated look.
Shower update Wake Forest
New tile and fixtures gave this 30-year-old bathroom a totally updated look.
Updated tile floor in master bath
Larger tile can make a small bathroom look larger because grout joints are minimized.
Double vanity mirrors
The finishing touch for this Raleigh area remodel was the addition of the double vanity mirrors.
Refinished bath vanity
Refinishing this bathroom vanity was the finishing touch on this RWS bathroom remodel in Wake Forest. New tile, paint, and glass brought the room up-to-date, and the existing vanity needed refinishing to fit right in.
Double furniture vanity
This double furniture vanity is the perfect addition to this RWS Construction bathroom remodel in Raleigh..
Master bath remodel Wake Forest
The luxury bath tile turned this dark bathroom into a homeowner's personal spa.
Handicap bar for tub assist
Installing a handicap bar requires proper bracing to ensure it's a safe support feature.
Curbless tile shower
A fully -accessible shower is a great idea when you want a beautiful bath and full mobility. Use a contractor with experience in roll-in showers so you won't have any future worries with leaks or cracking.
Slip resistance on shower floors is key
Using smaller tiles on the floor of your accessible shower gives better traction, and, with high-end grouts, it's still low maintenance. Use a contractor who is up-to-date on the safest features.
Accessible and beautiful shower
When you select a contractor who builds for the long-term, you know that your new bathroom will be as beautiful as it is welcoming to those of any ability.
Roll-in ready shower
When you want your shower to last for the long-term, consider one that has no curb -- and no future barrier to entry.
Accessible shower conversion
Taking a 1980s small shower to an open and accessible roll-in retreat required the know=how of a specialist. And, the RWS team was happy to put all the pieces together for this gentle client.
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This Raleigh couple is planning to stay in their home long-term, so when they got ready to remodel their bathroom, they contacted RWS to help create a shower that would serve them now and in the future. The blocking for future added features is in the wall, so a seat or grab bars can be easily added.
Even the cat approves of this great bathroom renovation
A roll-in shower doesn't need to look institutional! This homeowner used a creative tile design and RWS expertise to create an inspiring shower space. And the cat loves it too!