: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, function 'populate_referral_url' not found or invalid function name in /home/customer/www/revivalrenovations.com/public_html/wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php
on line 326
Sometimes, you don’t want the hassle (or expense) of a full bathroom renovation. If the layout is working, there are ways to upgrade your bathroom without ripping everything out. This isn’t always a solution but in this case, there was no need for upgrades to electrical, plumbing, layout, drywall, or mechanical. In other words – only the surfaces.
The tub and tub surround, though appearing dated and worn, were re-glazed to look new, the faded vinyl floor replaced with a new ceramic, then all fixtures updated.
Foxcroft – remove
Vanity removed, vinyl (2 layers) removed. Beginning to prepare for the new floor.
The finish on the cast-iron tub was beginning to break down. Yet the tub itself was still structurally sound.
Original Moen Faucets
Dated Faucets (looks like the original Moen)
While the toilet was new (customer had previously replaced) the walls were in need of repair and the trim was a dated 1970s stain.
The tiles, though in good condition, were tired looking.
Walls coverings removed.
Again, everything in good shape, but in need of a facelift.
Tiles reglazed with a faux-granite finish, and the tub striped to the iron and then reglazed brilliant white.
Fresh paint, new ceramic floor tiles, updated vanity and fixtures.
Updated water closet – repaired walls, painted trim, new floor, and fresh paint.
Tell Us About Your Project