Qualified Remodeler Magazine

OCT 2013

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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PROJECTS: Master Design Awards GOLD Bathroom Less Than $30,000 RTP BUILDERS LLC, WARRINGTON, PA. Goals included expanding the townhouse's bathroom from 92 sq. ft. to 95 sq. ft. without losing closet space. A curbless, ADA-accessible shower, a heated floor and a higher ceiling make the area feel larger. By removing the 3/4-in. subfloor, installing steel angle irons, recessing it flush with the top of the floor trusses, and adding another layer plus the concrete underlayment, the space gained a 2-in. recess for a concrete shower pan. Simultaneously, the team installed electric heat floor cables within the underlayment thickness rather than above it. The vanity and mirror were relocated opposite the door to reflect daylight into the space. A small motorized carousel was installed in the closet to keep the same hanging space while allowing the wall to be moved 3 in. SILVER: Jackson Design & Remodeling, San Diego, jacksondesignandremodeling.com Meet the judges > Geno Benvenuti, president, Benvenuti and Stein Inc., Evanston, Ill. > Timothy Benkowski, CMKBD, CRA, WRID (Wisconsin Registered Interior Designer), TimothyJ Kitchen & Bath Inc., Milwaukee > Michael Menn, AIA, CGR, CGP, CAPS, NCARB, architect and principal, Michael Menn Ltd., Northbrook, Ill. > Richard Bubnowski, Assoc. AIA, Richard Bubnowski Design LLC, Point Pleasant Beach, N.J. > Tracy Holmes, president, Studio H, Chicago > Chris Landis, AIA, Landis Construction, Washington, D.C. 36 October 2013 QR ForResidentialPros.com Brian Hagen

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