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Bathroom Renovations That Add Value to Your Home

Bathroom renovations are a great way to upgrade your home and increase its value. To help you get a better understanding of where to start with your bathroom renovations here is a list of some of the best upgrades that will add some real value to your home.Bathroom Renovations

Bathroom Renovations to Increase Your Home’s Value:

1. Upgrade Your Lighting:

Lighting is an important feature in any bathroom. No one wants to bathe, groom or get ready in a dark or poorly lit bathroom. Updating light fixtures can be a relatively affordable first step in your renovation process. Additionally, there are so many design options when it comes to bathroom lighting fixtures and you could really change the whole look and feel of your space.

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If you have the space in your bathroom, consider upgrading your old single vanity to a double. Just think no more morning battles over a single sink, small mirror and a limited counter top. You will love the extra space and if you ever decide to sell your home, potential buyers will love the double vanity.

3. Upgrade to a More Efficient Commode:

A water saving toilet will not only save you money on your water bill, but it will also help increase your home’s value.

4. Change Up Your Fixtures:

Drawer and cabinet handles, electrical fixtures, door knobs and towel racks may seem like an afterthought, but these small details go a long way in the overall appeal of your space. You will be amazed at how different your bathroom looks, simply by upgrading your fixtures.

5. Ventilate:

If your bathroom is lacking an exhaust fan, or yours is severely out of date, it is time to have a new one installed. Exhaust fans do more than simply prevent your mirror from becoming all foggy while you are showering. These fans also perform other valuable functions, like helping to prevent mold growth in your bathroom.

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Need an Electrician to install your new exhaust fan? Interested in larger bathroom remodeling projects? Wanting a new shower or bathtub installed? Call us at (866) 844-3770 today and ask about our options for bathroom renovations.

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Remodeling Tips for the Bathroom to Make Your Life Easier

Remodeling your bathroom can be a lot of fun and a great way to improve the value of your home. However, there are a few things you should keep in mind to make the remodeling process a little easier.

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1. Don’t Forget to Upgrade the Wiring

When remodeling your bathroom, you’ll likely be replacing your electrical outlets and fixtures. But don’t just upgrade your electrical fixtures appearance, you’ll also want to replace and upgrade the wiring. This is especially true if your home is older. Years of high-powered hair dryers, curling irons, hair straighteners, space heaters, electric shavers, radios, etc. have taken their toll on your outdated wiring. So when it comes to remodeling your bathroom, consider having a professional replace and upgrade your electrical wiring as well.

2. No Wall Paper!

Wallpaper may come in a variety of fun patterns and colors, but it simply won’t last long in your bathroom. Even with an exhaust fan, your shower will produce too much humidity to keep your wallpaper in good condition for long. Instead, choose tile or wainscoting for a long lasting solution to your remodeling needs.

3. Choose a Counter Top that Fits Your Needs, Not Just One That Looks Nice

When it comes to picking out a countertop for your bathroom sink, you’ll wanbathroom-809820_640t to choose materials that work for your lifestyle.  Natural stone and marble are beautiful, but they also cost more and require more long-term maintenance. Natural material countertops must be sealed several times a year. Plus, limestone and marble will likely become stained if chemicals and toiletries spill and are not cleaned immediately. Laminate counter tops are much easier to maintain and will save you some major bucks on your remodel.

4. Don’t Let Selecting a New Toilet Become an Afterthought

When remodeling your bathroom, a new toilet may not be the most exciting decision you’ll make, but it’s certainly an important one! Think about it, where do you spend the most time in the bathroom? That’s why you’ll want to make sure that you spend a little more time when it comes to choosing a new toilet. There are many different options out there, especially when it comes to size, color and features. Then there is the extremely important task of picking the right toilet seat! So weigh this decision carefully and once you do pick the perfect potty, make sure you have a professional install it for you.

5. Keep the Hot Water Flowing

A popular trend in bathroom232472 (1) remodeling is adding extra shower heads in bathing areas. Having warm water hitting you at every angle sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? But these multiple shower heads won’t do you much good if your hot water runs out quickly. So, what’s the solution to your hot water problems?

The key to more hot water lies within your water heater. If you desire more hot water it might be time to upgrade your water heater. There are a couple options for choosing a new water heater to increase your hot water supply. If you’re a fan of the traditional tank water heater, you can simply upgrade to a larger tank size. The larger the tank size, the more hot water it will store.

However, if space and long term cost are a concern, you may consider switching to a tankless option. Tankless water heaters are small and fit right onto your wall so they can be placed almost anywhere. Additionally, they only heat water as you need it so you won’t be paying to heat and store hot water.

What’s the best part about tankless water heaters? Unlimited hot water! That’s right, tankless water heaters heat water as you need it. Which means your hot water supply will never run out! Contact us to learn more about how tankless water heaters can keep hot water pouring out of those multiple shower heads!

Call 1-888-9TIGER4 or visit TrustTiger.com to have one of our Plumbers and/or an Electricians assist you with all of your bathroom remodeling needs.

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Bathtub Day Has Arrived! How Are You Celebrating?

It’s Bathtub Day! Today we celebrate our friend the bathtub and all of the relaxation that it provides us.

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There are many ways you can choose to celebrate Bathtub Day:

  • You can fill your tub with warm water and bubbles and soak your stress a way.
  • An ordinary bubble bath too simple for your liking? Take it up a notch by lining your bathtub with scented candles and add some bath salts to create a mini-spa inducky your bathroom.
  • Love to read but never have the time? Well today, grab a good book, lock the bathroom door and spend an hour or two reading in your tub!
  • Reading not your thing? Setup your laptop or tablet and watch your favorite movie, while relaxing in the bathtub.
  • Enjoy a refreshing glass of wine while bathing!
  • Connect with your inner child! Can you think of a better way to blow off steam than by grabbing a rubber ducky and splashing around in the tub for a while?

Are you celebrating Bathtub Day by considering a tub upgrade? Check out these great ideas:

  • Wa231661 (1)nt to completely change the look of your bathroom without the hassle of a big expensive remodel? There’s a simple solution!
    • A shower and tub surround is a great way to upgrade your bathroom without the headache of a large remodel. Our professional plumbers can easily install one of these on top of your existing shower and bathtub and voila! You’ll have a brand new and upgraded shower and tub in no time! Plus there are many different designs and styles you can choose from, so you can choose a surround that fits your needs.
  • Jetted Tub
    • There’s nothing like soaking in a jetted tub after a long hard day of work! Whirlpool baths can be easily installed in many existing bathrooms, with little or no remodeling. Of all the plumbing upgrades available, this one is a favorite and with good reason. Ask us what it would take to put one in your home today!
  • Is your tub in fine condition but your faucets have seen better days?232472 (1)
    • Why not consider having a professional plumber come out to your home and replace your old, worn out, rusty or hard water stained faucets with brand new shiny ones! You won’t believe the difference this easy upgrade will make in your bathroom!
  • Contact us at 866-844-3770 or at
    TrustTiger.com
     to schedule an appointment to have your bathroom upgraded today!

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101 Plumbing Tips, Tricks and Advice You Need to Know

Plumbing is something that every one of us uses and relies on. From our bathrooms to our kitchens, ensuring that all of your plumbing pipes are running smoothly and efficiently is important to your health and happiness. So, here is a list of great plumbing tips, tricks and advice, every homeowner should know!plumbing-840835_640

  1. Repair leaky faucets promptly; a leaky faucet wastes gallons of water in a short period.
  2. Insulate your electric hot-water storage tank and pipes, but be careful not to cover the thermostat.
  3. Insulate your gas or oil hot-water storage tank and pipes, but be careful not to cover the water heater’s top, bottom, thermostat or burner compartment; when in doubt, get professional help.
  4. Install non-aerating low-flow faucets and shower heads, to save major bucks on your water bill
  5. Although most water heaters last 10-15 years, it’s best to start shopping for a new one if yours is more than 7 years old.
  6. Doing some research before your heater fails will enable you to select one that most appropriately meets your needs.
  7. Lower the thermostat on your water heater; water heaters sometimes come from the factory with high-temperature settings
  8. A water heater setting of 115°F provides enough hot water for most users
  9. Drain a quart of water from your water tank every 3 months to remove sediment that impedes heat transfer and lowers the efficiency of your heater.
  10. If you heat with electricity and live in a warm and sunny climate, consider installing a solar water heater.
  11. Egg shells are a great way to clean garbage disposals
  12. Take egg-shells-706502_640more showers than baths. You use 15-25 gallons of hot water for a bath, but less than 10 gallons during a 5-minute shower.
  13. Choose a water heater with an appropriate first-hour rating (FHR) by estimating your family’s peak-hour demand for hot water
  14. Determine the appropriate fuel type for your water heater. If you are considering electricity, check with your local utility company for off-peak electricity rates for water heating.
  15. Natural gas, oil and propane water heaters are less expensive to operate than electric models.
  16. For safety as well as energy-efficiency reasons, when buying gas- and oil-fired water heaters, look for units with sealed combustion or power venting to avoid back-drafting of combustion gasses into the home.
  17. Do not install the water heater in an unheated basement.
  18. Try to minimize the length of piping that runs to your bathroom and kitchen.
  19. If your drain is clogged you can pour half a box of baking soda and ½ a cup of vinegar down the drain, then wait 30-45 minutes and pour boiling water down the drain.
  20. For electric water heaters, install a timer that can automatically turn the hotcloggeddrain water off at night and on in the morning. A simple timer can pay for itself in less than a year.
  21. Toilets and sinks require different types of plungers to remove clogs. Make sure you’re using the correct one.
  22. Take sure to check all of your pipes for leaks, even just a small leak can waste nearly 20 gallons of water per day. Just imagine what a larger leak can do.
  23. Don’t go crazy when using detergents, bleach or other chemicals, overusing these products can kill the natural bacteria that your septic system needs
  24. Septic systems should be checked twice a year, to ensure they’re running properly
  25. Using biodegradable soaps will help you conserve more water
  26. A spring loaded timer that attaches directly onto your outdoor faucet, will help prevent you from over or under watering your garden
  27. Check your water meter when no water is being used then check it again about eight hours later. If your meter has moved, that’s a clear sign that you may have a leak
  28. A leaky toilet can increase your water usages by more than 40%, you’ll want to repair the leak ASAP to save money on your water bill
  29. Have an older shower head? You can save up to 7.5 gallons of water per minute by replacing it with a newer model.
  30. If you suspect a leak in your sink, toilet, water main, etc. turn off the water before attempting repairs
  31. If you have never been trained on how to use an auger, you can cause serious and expensive damage to your pipes.
  32. Keep our number handy: 1-888-9TIGER1. You never know when you’ll have a plumbing emergency.
  33. Don’t overload your garbage disposal with too much food at one time
  34. Remember to use lots of water while running your garbage disposal, to prevent clogs
  35. Never put rice, pasta, bones, corn cobs or beans in your garbage disposal
  36. To stop an overflowing toilet locate the valve behind your toilet and turn it off immediately
  37. If plunging doesn’t fix your clogged toilet, it’s time to contact a professional plumber
  38. Those toilet flushing tabs, are horrible for your toilet and will create major problems down the road
  39. If nothing happens when you flush, it means you have a loose handle or valve
  40. Clogged toilet? Let it sit for a few hours or overnight, then try flushing again. Often times this is all you’ll need to do, to fix the issue. Just be ready for the water to overflow if this doesn’t work.
  41. You can also add some hot or boiling water to your bowl and try flushing, to correct a clog.
  42. Adding dish soap to the bowl is another method that might remove a clog
  43. Distilled vinegar can remove hard water stains on your shower head. Just tie a bag of vinegar around your shower head and leave it there for a few hours. Then you can simply wipe away the stains with a cloth.
  44. Letting Coke soak in your toilet, is the easiest way to clean your bowl.
  45.  To clean your dishwasher, pour ½ cup of white vinegar into the detergent cup and simply run the empty machine for one full cycle.
  46. You can use half a lemon to rub away any hard water stains on your
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  47. Disposable diapers, feminine hygiene products, hair, coffee grounds, toothpaste, food particles, oil from cooking and mineral build up are the most common causes of clogged drains
  48. Small bathroom? A corner toilet is a great way to save space!
  49. Looking to save on your water bill? Place a bucket in the shower to catch water, which you can later use to wash your vehicle
  50. Most newer water meters have an easy to read leak indicator on the face of the dial
  51. It’s a myth that low flow toilets don’t perform as well as regular flow toilets
  52. WaterSense labeled toilets get the job done
  53. High-efficiency toilets do not cause problems with home plumbing systems
  54. WaterSense labeled toilets meet or exceed plumbing standards
  55. High-efficiency toilets are available in a wide range of modelspipe-406906_640
  56. Plastic piping is superior to metal piping in almost every way
  57. Plastic piping  is cheaper than metal
  58. Plastic piping is much easier to install, adjust and tighten if a leak develops, than metal piping
  59. Plastic piping, unlike metal, won’t corrode.
  60. When a metal drain leaks it’s usually a great idea to replace the metal with plastic piping
  61. A clog can often be yanked out with an easy tool like a Zip-It or other flexible-shaft pick-up tool
  62. A wet/dry vac can often suck out a clog
  63. Both tape and dope work equally as well when you’re sealing pipe threads
  64. Tape is only meant for pipe threads, don’t use tape on compressors or other connections
  65. “Plumber’s putty,”  can damage plastic and it can leave stains.IMG_0018 2
  66. You can remove that gross tub ring by sprinkling the tub with salt and taking half a piece of grapefruit use it as a scrubber
  67. Use food coloring, to test for a leaky toilet. Place a few drops in your toilet’s water tank. Wait a few hours, then check the bowl to see if there is any color there. If there is, it’s an indicator that you have a leaky flapper
  68. You can use a wet/dry vac to retrieve items that fall into the toilet
  69. By tying a piece of string around your faucet that reaches down to the drain, you can quiet the sound from a dripping faucet.
  70. The most common causes of dripping faucets are worn washers, bad internal seats or  worn/faulty faucet cartridges
  71. If your water pressure is too high, like over 80 pounds per square inch, for example, it can cause damage to your faucet and create a leak
  72. If your kitchen sink is clogged by grease, you can remove the clog by pouring ¼ cup of dish soap down the drain, wait about 20 minutes and then pour roughly a quart of boiling water in the drain
  73. Pouring chemicals down your drain will corrode the pipes.
  74. The newer, thicker chemicals meant to remove clogs from drains will often cause or worsen clogs.
  75. A pedestal sump pump has the motor attached to the top of a shaft; this motor is not designed to be under water.
  76. A pedestal sump pump works well if you have a smaller diameter basins
  77. Sump pumps usually come with an automatic on/off switch for your convenience
  78. A float switch is the most common sump pump automatic switches.
  79. Sump Pump float switches are designed to raise with the rising water levels your basin and the pump is started after the water reaches a certain level.
  80. Submersible sump pumps are designed to sit in the base of the sump basin, below water level.
  81. Submersible sump pumps are more adapted to larger sump basins
  82. Submersible sump pumps are typically quieter than pedestal pumps.
  83. To determine the size of sump pump you need, you must know how much water you’ll need to be pumped, how high the water will be pumped and the length and size of pipe.
  84. Do not assume that having a large horsepower sump pump will be the best choice for you, do your research before buying
  85. A large horsepower sump pump, in a small diameter basin, will cause the pump to cycle more frequently, shortening your pumps life.
  86. Pump capacity charts are available through professional plumbers and installers or pump manufacturers or they can be found on the web.
  87. When installing a sump pump, it is usually recommended that a check valve be installed, this prevents water left in the outlet pipe from flowing back into the basin
  88. Some check valves can be attached to the sump pump itself, while others are placed farther up the outlet pipe
  89. A dedicated electrical circuit should be used for the sump pump. Most pumps have a high amp load when starting
  90. Do not use an extension cord to plug the pump into the outlet
  91. To maintain a sump pump, periodically check the system.
  92. Make sure the float in your sump pump is free of obstructions
  93. Observe the outlet on your sump pump to make sure water is actually being pumped
  94. Listen for unusual noises when your sump pump is running, strange sounds are signs something is seriously wrong
  95. If a sump pump fails, and water gets into the basement, do not attempt repairs without first turning off the power to all basement outlets.
  96. If you call a plumber right when you first notice a leaky faucet you’ll likely only need a simple, small repair, but if you wait a few months, the leak will worsen and cause more damages leading to more costly repairs
  97. Watching home improvement shows and reading DIY plumbing blogs, doesn’t make you a master plumber. Plumbers spend years training and learning the plumbing trade, it’s best to leave big plumbing issues to the professionals and save yourself a headache.
  98. A leaky toilet can waste enough water to fill an Olympic-sized swimming pool in one year. Now just imagine what that is doing to your bill
  99. Many toilets really do run only at night; that’s because people use much less water during these hours and in many municipal water systems, the water pressure rises considerably during this time
  100. If you only notice your toilet running in the middle of the night, there is a good chance that the water level in your tank is set too high
  101. If you have plumbing concerns call 1-888-9TIGER1 or visit TrustTiger.com to have a plumber address and issues you may have.

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The Buzz About Electrical Safety!

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Springtime and warmer weather bring about a flurry of activity in the Metro East — inside the home and outdoors — as well as the potential for accidents. Just as homeowners begin wrapping up their spring cleaning or landscaping in the yard, National Electrical Safety Month in May provides a good time to revisit the importance of safety when working around electrical lines or equipment.

Homeowners are seven times more likely to be injured at home than at work, according to the National Safety Council. For residents considering any home improvement repairs such as roof work, exterior painting, landscaping, or building a patio, following a few simple precautions can help avoid a painful and costly accident.

“We want to make sure our customers have all the information they need to stay safe this spring and summer as the warm weather rolls in,” said Ken Bowman, PECO’s (Pennsylvania Electric Company’s) manager of safety and industrial hygiene. “For example, it is critical that customers stay clear of the service cable that supplies power to the home. And, if you are going to work underground, call to have all the underground pipes and wires marked for your safety.”

“When it comes to any electrical work inside your home or working near power lines or underground cable, the smartest thing to do is to hire a licensed professional,” Boyle continued. “It is difficult at times distinguish between a phone line, cable line or power line or know the proper safety precautions. This work is sometimes best left to the experts.”

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The following are a few simple safety tips that homeowners should follow while working inside and outside of the home. For more information on electric safety, visit our website.

  • Inspect your home for electrical safety. Check outlets and extension cords to make sure they are not overloaded. Examine electrical cords to make sure they are not frayed, damaged, or placed under rugs or carpets. Make sure the proper watt light bulbs are being used in light fixtures and lamps. Install ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) in areas that can get wet such as the kitchen, bathrooms, or outdoors. Test your smoke detector batteries annually.
  • Hire a licensed professional to do the work. An older home may be inadequately wired for today’s electrical usage, putting your family at risk for fire and electrical shock. Hire a licensed professional to replace worn and outdated circuitry and add additional outlets to accommodate appliances and electronics.
  • Use electrical tools wisely. Inspect your electrical tools on a regular basis, including large tools such as table saws, drill presses, and bench grinders. Look for frayed power cords, broken plugs, or cracked housings. Never use a damaged product. Never use electrical tools in the rain or in wet areas — specifically, do not use electrically powered lawn mowers on wet grass. Use three-pronged outlets and plugs. Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment like face shields, glasses, gloves, and boots. Refer to the owner’s manual for recommended protective equipment.
  • Call before you dig. When working underground, “call before you dig” — whether you are planting a tree, building a fence, or laying a building foundation, contacting an underground line can be harmful. Call Illinois One Call at 1-800-892-0123, three working days in advance, to have underground utility lines marked for safety.
  • Work safely outdoors. Be sure to use extension cords marked for outdoor use. An indoor extension cord can result in electric shock or cause a fire hazard when used outdoors. Call a licensed professional if your home repairs require work near power lines.
  • Look up, stay away, stay alive. Even momentary contact with electric lines can injure or kill. This applies to lines attached to utility poles as well as those entering buildings. Always keep yourself, your equipment, and anything you carry at least ten feet away from power lines. Contractors and other professionals needing to work within ten feet of a power line should call Ameren (1-800-755-5000) or SWEC (1-800-262-0326) in advance to make arrangements to protect the work area. Be aware of power lines that run through tree limbs and branches. Climbing or trimming trees near power lines is dangerous. Trees located near aerial power lines should always be trimmed by a qualified contractor.

It only takes a moment to pick up the phone and call a licensed professional to look over the area before you begin. The safety of yourself, your family, and your home is what matters most to us. Visit our website or call us to schedule an appointment today.

 

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Tiger Continues to Support Cancer Research

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METRO EAST, IL. – Tiger Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning has expanded their fleet of orange tiger-striped trucks and vans with two pink tiger-striped vehicles. The van and the truck will help raise money for cancer awareness in our area.

“We wanted to do something to help out our community, so a portion of the proceeds from each service call that we go to in one of these vehicles is donated to the American Cancer Society,” said Jeff Gamblin, owner of Tiger Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning. “To date, we have donated over $8,000 to the organization.”

The eye-catching vehicles are a big hit at local community events as well.

“We like to take the vehicles out to local Relay for Life events, and other cancer-related awareness events,” said Gamblin. “On June 27th, 2015, we will be at the Relay for Life event in Collinsville, Illinois, to show our support.”

“The funds donated from these vehicles are helping the American Cancer Society to create a world with more birthdays,” said Relay for Life Specialist, Amanda Kernan. “Because of Tiger’s commitment to finish the fight against cancer, the American Cancer Society is able to ensure patients have transportation to and from treatment, provide free lodging for both patients and caregivers, fund life changing cancer research, and so much more.”

acstiger2Tiger Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Services, which has been in business since 1993, has a fleet of more than 24 vehicles, and supports more than 7,000 calls in the Metro East each year.

“Everyone knows somebody that has been affected by cancer,” said Gamblin. “This is our way of making a difference in our community.”

To request one of the pink vehicles to come out to your home for service, call 1-866-TIGER70 or visit TrustTiger.com today.

Bathroom Facelifts Combine Design & Functionality

Bathrooms are an integral part of your home. Besides the obvious uses, your bathroom can be a reflection of you and your house. Just like any other space in your home, this room needs to be updated from time to time. If you want to rejuvenate your home, then nothing can work better than bathroom remodeling. When you have Tiger Plumbing experts completing the remodels, you can have peace of mind that a sleek and professional look is conferred to your bathroom. Read more for a better grasp on the various bathroom remodeling solutions.Bathroom Facelift

Proper utilization of space

Tiger understands the necessity of space and we make sure that space is perfectly utilized in your bathrooms. We can change the cabinets, vanity countertops, plumbing fixtures and faucets, and anything else that you require, in order to offer better space and proper structure in your bathroom.  It may seem like a completely different room afterwards! In fact, you will be able to easily relax in your bathroom afterwards because you have chosen the best professionals who will ensure viable and effective space utilization.

A new way to relax

The experts at Tiger Plumbing are adept in their jobs and we will offer you a new way to relax with better and more practical bathroom products. In fact, we can offer spa-inspired bathrooms that are not only well-featured but are also innovative and unique. With these unique and spacious bathrooms you will get a new way to relax. In choosing Tiger Plumbing for service, our technicians will help you realize the advantages of a proper and spacious bathroom.

A bath that will reflect your personal style

BathroomIn addition to the standard solutions for bathroom remodeling, you can also add a customized structure or feature to your room. Pop culture and personal style can blend to create your own personalized bathroom. Examples can range from adding vibrant shades on the window to changing the old tiles on the floor or wall, to having modern cabinets and sinks, all in order to add a new hint of innovation to your bathrooms. You can always get your bathrooms stylized the way you want by choosing Tiger Plumbing for renovation. We are professional and offer you the most hassle free local services. We will help you create a perfect and well-defined bathroom.

Update the entire look of your bath

galleries-diy-bathroom-decorationation-renovation-before-and-after-picsTiger Plumbing can also update the entire structure of your bath and confer a stunning look to it. Whether it be converting an old bathtub to an entire tub/shower surround to changing all the fixtures to a more contemporary look, Tiger has you covered. If you are looking for professionals who will change and update the little things in your bath space, the bath remodeling experts at Tiger can help.

 

Let us know what your ideas are and we will be able to help you create an exquisite bathroom. Call Tiger today at 1-866-TIGER70 or visit TrustTiger.com to schedule an appointment and let us help you turn your dream bathroom into a reality!