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0 Votes Edit Answer (for another -2 minute) My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!! Answered 2 years ago by Lowes Report It

Lowes Bathroom Remodeling

Edit Answer (for another -2 minute) My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!! Answered 2 years ago by Lowes Report It

Lowes Bathroom Remodeling

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My recent experience with Lowes was very disappointing. I worked with a so-called “designer” for a bathroom remodelling job. This young woman really showed very little interest in helping me make decisions. After that, the contractor hired by Lowes came in and handled the installation of a corner stall shower unit, vanity and top, toilet, flooring, painting, towel rack installation, etc.A 6-1/2 x 6-1/2 bathroom took almost 11 working days for the contrator to complete. First person sent was fired after four days to due poor work performance. The second two people had to re-do most of what the first person did. Overall, my satisfaction is about a 2 on a scale of 1 to 10. I had to have them come back twice for sloppy work that needed fixing – spackling, painting, hanging of towel racks, floor, etc. They caused a leak in a ceiling downstairs and also had to have them come back because something under the vanity leaked after installation. Clean up most days was poor at best. Took pictures of them leaving a huge filthy shop vac on a bedroom chair overnight.My biggest disappointment is the lack of guidance in helping me to decide which stall shower unit was best. The one that is installed is not sturdy and I am sure will not hold up long. I chose a Koehler (Sterling) but am very unhappy with it. It is cheap material and the shower door shakes when pulled open. Unfortunately, I could not sample this when purchased since this particular stall shower was stacked on top of others in the store and could not be reached. I relied on the “designer” and bath manager for guidance which wasclearly a mistake. My own fault as I should have done more research. I thought however, I was paying for knowledge with their PSI program. Not so.Lowes management was sympathetic and assisted with some complaints throughout this project. But I am overall very unhappy with my decision to go with Lowes. It is sometimes difficult to find a good contractor who stands behind their work. So I thought dealing with Lowes would be better. Will never do it again and would advise others against it as well. When my survey is available to fill out, I won’t be kind to the contractor. My experience pushed me to go another route with carpeting and vinyl plank flooring installation which is my next project. No more Lowes!!!!

Lowes Bathroom Remodeling

Relaxed Traditional Bathroom DesignTo get this designer look, mix marble countertops, furniture-style cabinetry, and paneled wainscoting with mirror frames and flooring that look like weathered wood. Choose fixtures, faucets, lighting, and hardware that incorporate sleek tweaks into traditional lines and shapes. Powder Room Vanity UpdatesIf you want a stylish powder room for guests, but you don’t have time or money for a full bathroom remodel, focus on updating the bath vanity. See four ways to update a half bath or small bathroom using in-stock materials. Transformed TubGive your tub alcove a custom look by adding a paneled side and a tiled wall niche, both doable DIY projects. Marble tiles on the tub surround add to the high-end look. Black-and-White Bathroom MakeoversCreate a bold new bath with these stylish design ideas, in classic black and white. Modern MakeoverA brushed nickel light fixture (#27219) complements the modern finishings in this bathroom. The subway tiles (#64396) run vertically for an unexpected twist. Durable Valspar paint in Skyward contrasts nicely with the white tile on the walls. Crisp and ContemporaryThis stylish bathroom incorporates accent tiles in small doses. Decorative tiles around the bathtub create an eye-catching tub surround. The crisp white walls get a boost from tiles-turned-wall art. Patterned tiles around the mirror serve as a one-of-a-kind frame. Down to EarthThis light-filled bathroom mixes several tile colors and tile types to create a soothing natural color scheme. The espresso double vanity adds contemporary styling and vanity lights (#35151) above the tile-framed mirrors provide task lighting. Perfect SymmetryThe high ceilings in this bathroom are balanced with pendant light fixtures (#8337) that hang above the separate vanities. The glass vessel sinks and chrome faucets provide a fresh, airy contrast to the dark tones of the cabinetry and tile. Stylish SurroundA basic tub surround is transformed with tile. Here, white tiles arranged in a vertical running brick bond (#255052) — the traditional brick arrangement — get a decorative lift from a strip of black-and-white mosaic glass tiles (#255044) just above eye level. Mini MakeoverThis bath vanity gets a new life with a fresh coat of paint and new cabinet pulls. An updated vanity top, sink, faucet, and backsplash complete the look. Green With EnvyA new coat of paint, a contemporary vanity, and a vessel sink transform a once-bland bathroom to a stylish retreat. A four-bulb vanity light and recessed lights provide the right amount of illumination. A graphic area rug ties all the colors together. Mixed and MatchedLarge tiles (#235890) cover the top portion of the shower surround in this bathroom. Arranged on a diagonal, they make the bathroom appear larger. Smaller stone tiles in a lighter shade add texture to the room and provide contrast to the larger tiles. Casual EleganceA new vanity with a marble top (#319961) adds instant appeal to this bathroom. The brushed nickel cabinet hardware coordinates with the new faucet and light fixture (#5232), while blue shower tiles contrast with Valspar Moose Mousse-colored walls. More Bathroom Remodeling Ideas Budget-Smart Bath Makeover Don’t like what you see in the bathroom mirror? Then it’s time for a facelift. Budget-smart bath updates will make you smile. Learn More Small Bathroom Makeover Make a small bath stunning with an easy spring makeover that’s all about color, shine, and surfaces. Update a single element or transform the entire bath. Learn More Bath Makeover in Stages Choose ideas from this dramatic redo to refresh your bath in affordable stages. Learn More Family Bath Create a shared space that works for the entire family with affordable updates that add storage, function, and style. Learn More Bath Makeover in Blue Smart buys and stylish splurges add up to a major bathroom transformation on a modest budget. Learn More

Lowes Bathroom Remodeling

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Lowes Bathroom Remodeling