From: Kent & Deanna Stockwell (Click here to see the review on Houzz)
From start to finish, the remodel of our old bathroom by Kirk Bath was a great success. We replaced everything inside the bathroom. From the material selection to the planning to the on-time implementation to the final cleanup, working with Joel and Emma was a pleasure. And they have selected great subcontractors as well. In the future, we would have no hesitations either to utilize them again or to recommend them to a friend.
We’d like to extend an extra thank you to all of you who’ve taken time out of your busy schedules to write us a positive Google review online. We would like to “brighten your season” by upgrading any incandescent bulbs in KirkBath or Kirk Kitchen light fixtures that we’ve installed in your home to our high-quality Signature L.E.D bulbs. At no cost to you! (Max 6 bulbs.) To receive this upgrade, simply contact us on or before December 30, 2016 to schedule a time for us to make the swap.
Haven’t left us a review? It’s not too late! Just write one by Dec. 30th and enjoy some newly bright, energy saving lighting.
Have your kitchen or bathroom cabinets ceased to function well for you? For those of you who answer “yes!”, we are offering a cabinet sale to help you upgrade to beautiful new DeWils cabinets: For each KirkBath or Kirk Kitchen contract signed on or before December 30, 2016, receive a credit on the final invoice of $50 per cabinet box to be installed by us, up to a maximum credit of $500 per jobsite. Yay!
Standard cabinet features include plywood boxes (not particle board), soft-close door and drawer hardware, beautiful hardwood fronts, and easy-clean water resistant vinyl interiors.
The new vanity in this recently completed KirkBath remodel is made of quartersawn white oak with a dark coffee stain. When white oak is quartersawn, beautiful almost iridescent fleck figuration is revealed, making this a lovely and stately wood choice. Another highlight of this bathroom is the fold-up teak shower seat. This is a great alternative to a tile shower seat. This teak seat is warmer, doesn’t take up floor space when not in use, and is less expensive. We bolt these into solid wood blocking hidden in the wall, achieving a load rating of 400 lbs.
We recently completed this master bathroom remodel, which features a very nice neo-angle shower. Neo-angles are great space savers because they share “circulation space” with the vanity and/or toilet. But at 42″x42″, this one still feels spacious inside. The high quality acrylic shower pan and frameless glass enclosure are both DreamLine products. The flooring is Yellow Moss Marmoleum, for a fun pop of color.
Large in-shower windows, such as the one in this recently completed KirkBath, have proven to be popular. And for good reason! Natural light and a bit of drama elevate the bathing experience from mundane to joyful. The key is to really button the waterproofing, which we pay great attention to by wrapping a waterproof membrane fully into the window rough opening. Here, sunlight spills onto our Signature Seagrass through-body porcelain tile, installed in a half-lap pattern. See all Signature tile options here.