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By: John D.
Superior Bath System
We contracted with Superior to do a tub to shower conversion at our home. They did a great job and we love our new shower. It is so easy to keep clean.
By: M B.
Superior Bath System
Superior Bath installed a walk in shower at my home. With my original shower I feared slipping and falling. I feel so much safer and no longer worry about getting hurt.
By: Katie B.
Superior Bath System
Superior Bath recently installed a new walk in shower at my home. I couldn't be happier with the work that they did, they delivered on every promise made. I would recommend them to anyone looking for a fair price and amazing quality.
By: Austin M.
Nicholas Construction
I called their main number to ask them a few questions and they wouldn't even give me the time of day. These guys are jerks.
By: Ann B.
Pure Eatery
Innovative menu. Delightful decor. Soups sometimes have too much hot sauce. Tasty gluten-free buns. Try panini.
By: eddidthis
Veteran Construction
After every hail storm that we get in Central Indiana, we get a flood of Storm Chasers come through our subdivision giving us "free estimates" on any damages on our roof and vinyl siding. However, I had never had one of them call me a liar and a thief for not accepting their free inspection/estimate. One of the representatives from "Veteran Construction" stopped by, he mentioned that they were going to be working on our street and he would love to have someone drop by to give us a free inspection/estimate on any damages from the storm. I politely explained that we were all set and thanked him for stopping by. He then asked how come we didn’t need an estimate. I explained that our roof was brand new and I had done an inspections of the vinyl siding and I didn't think we needed any help at this time. He then said that he was going to leave me with "a million dollar question" and he pulled out a piece of paper from a huge stack of duplicates from his folder. The paper was a double-sided "million dollar" bill with Ronald Reagan on the front. When I flipped it, it basically asked me if I thought I was good enough to go to heaven and went on to explain that lies (even white lies, fibs, or exaggeration) were considered lying. It went on to ask if I was a thief and followed up with an explanation of what it means to steal. Then it told me that I needed to repent or I could end up in prison for being a liar and a thief. Even worse for me, I would not go to heaven but rather hell. I can't believe that someone would think that this is the right way to do business. I had my roof changed 3 years ago and on my inspection of the siding I found a small hole on the vinyl that I can fix myself. Other construction companies just left their business card and asked me to call them if I needed help, which I would gladly do. This company insulted me, my religious beliefs, and my principles just because I declined an inspection. I wish you the best of luck in your business model and I wish you the best on your way to heaven while you cast judgement on others. I am sure that's the best way to get brownie points with the big guy.
Tips & Advices
According to experts a bathroom remodel might not recoup return on the original investment. However, it is one of the key renovations that can make potential buyers want to make an offer…or not. Homebuyers look for bathrooms with updated plumbing, convenient layout, and a pleasant aesthetic. That said, in older houses, where bedrooms far outnumber bathrooms, it’s advised to spend the money on a bathroom addition instead of gut-renovating the original bathroom.
Yes, bathroom remodeling contractors often offer financing. Many homeowners prefer to refinance or take out a home equity line of credit. But others will see if the contractor can connect them with a lender who will set up some other type of loan. There are many types of loans available: secured and unsecured, personal, and those backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
The price range for toilets varies from $200 into the many thousands because of variables like best-flushing performance (single vs. dual flush), self-cleaning capabilities, design (one- or two-piece), and special features, like heated seats. Cosmetic elements, such as the color and the material of the toilet, also factor into the cost. Experts agree that the most expensive toilets do not necessarily function the best.
Heated bathroom floors are a popular way to warm up typically cold tile floors and keep people comfortable in their bathrooms, even when it’s chilly outside. The proper term is “radiant heat,” and it describes various methods of heating from under the floors. The least expensive method, which is popular for small spaces, uses an electric mat. Larger spaces might have electric heated coil systems installed under the tile, or hydronic systems where heated water is run through pipes below the flooring.
A bathroom renovation usually takes two to three weeks, if it’s a relatively small and straightforward job. Expect larger or more complicated remodels to last five to six  weeks--not including any delays due to special material or permits. If you’re doing a gut renovation, which includes permits, specially ordered materials, and possibly up to a dozen different tradespeople, you should realistically expect it to take  three to five  months to complete.

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