Top-Rated Remodeling Experts in Mason, OH
If you are a Mason, Ohio, resident who is contemplating a kitchen or bath renovation, unless you are immune to stressful situations, you will go through a process that can be fairly emotional. Renovations are notorious for bringing surprises (usually, unwelcome surprises), chaos to your day-to-day life, budget worries, a dizzying array of design choices, and even you wondering from time to time what on earth you were thinking when you made the decision to remodel. While a home renovation can be incredibly fun—and the results can bring you a level of excitement and happiness you might not have expected—renovations can also be incredibly stressful.
The first “phase” of a kitchen or bath renovation usually begins with a high level of excitement which includes making lists, gaining inspiration from talking to a design professional and looking at pictures of what your new room could look like, and having multiple meetings with your chosen design/installation company. At Countertops and Cabinetry by Design, we fully understand this excitement phase—it is normal and fun. We also understand that excitement can quickly dissipate into anxiety, stress, and frustration as the renovation progresses.
Our goal is to support your excitement while minimizing the negative aspects of a home renovation, to the extent possible. We will help you determine your budget for your chosen renovation so there are no unpleasant financial surprises, while also working with you to minimize the chaos renovations can bring to your daily life. We will help you, throughout the process, to take a step back, and take a deep breath in order to see the bigger picture. Our design and installation professionals can comprehensively answer every question you have regarding your bath or kitchen renovation, doing our part to bring your dreams to reality.
Just 22 miles from downtown Cincinnati, Mason, Ohio, is a city in southwestern Warren County, with an approximate 2019 population of 33,586. Mason, Ohio, is home to one of the largest tennis stadiums in the world (the Lindner Family Tennis Center), hosting one of the world’s top tennis tournaments, the Western and Southern Open. William Mason paid $1,700 at auction in 1803, to purchase 640 acres, which is now downtown Mason. The village was initially named “Narnia,” then changed to Palmyra in 1832.
In 1835, the federal post office received a petition to correct the name of the town, which had erroneously been listed as Kirkwood, but when Village officials were told there was another Palmyra in Ohio, the name was officially changed to Mason. For the first 150 years or so of its existence, Mason was a small farming community, and in 1970, the town had fewer than 5,700 residents. A few of the notable people who have resided in Mason, include George Clooney, Academy Award-winning actor, Dan Patrick, journalist, television and radio host, Josh Kline, National Football League offensive lineman, Brant Daugherty, actor, and Majel Coleman, actress, and model.
Countertops and Cabinetry by Design in Mason, Ohio
As a resident of Mason, Ohio, you know just how important it is to choose the right company for your kitchen or bath renovation. You want a company which has a history of satisfied clients, and who will work hard to earn and keep your trust. You want a company that is honest and will always answer your questions with knowledge and integrity. Countertops and Cabinetry by Design is that company. Our design and installation professionals are experts in their profession who will work hard to ensure your renovation meets and exceeds your expectations. Throughout your renovation, we will work hard to keep the process as simple as possible. We proudly service clients in Mason, Fairfield, Loveland, Blue Ash, the greater Cincinnati area, Indian Hill, Montgomery, Springdale, Anderson, and West Chester.
As a family-owned and operated company that fabricates and installs cabinetry, countertops, bathroom tile, sinks, and faucets, we specialize in quartz and granite countertops. We have showrooms across your area, allowing us to be your one-stop-shop for every renovation need. You can also download one of our free planners to help you get started on your brand-new kitchen or bath renovation project. Whether you are looking for a partial renovation—new countertops, sinks, cabinets, or faucets—or a total renovation, we can help you make the best choice for your home.
FAQs for Your Mason, Ohio Kitchen or Bathroom Remodel
Having a bathroom that is functional, safe, and accessible—yet still beautiful and inviting—can be easily achieved when you work with Countertops and Cabinetry by Design. We offer daily living aids such as bath seats, bath boards, fold-down rails, stools, chairs, shower seats, and grab rails to ensure your bathroom is both beautiful and accessible. Our extensive range of high-quality, independent living products offers assistance to those who have some level of difficulty performing everyday tasks in the bathroom. The following frequently asked questions regarding bathroom accessibility could give you some insight into your own project.
- What bathroom accessibility issues should I consider—aside from wheelchair access? As noted above, level entry shower bases are required, as well as a shower seat between 17” and 19” high. Sinks must be wall-mounted, with no cabinets underneath, which allows knee space and adequate clearance. Single-handed faucets allow the water to be turned on and off with no twisting, and some might even consider hands-free sensors on the water faucet. A higher toilet seat allows those with disabilities to more easily lower, stand, and transfer from a walker or wheelchair to the toilet. There should be at least one grab bar on one side of the toilet—although one on both sides could be more efficient, with at least 36” between the grab bars. Lower light switches or motion detector lights make the bathroom more accessible, and rather than a regular light switch, a large push button could be the better choice.
- How can I make my bathroom wheelchair accessible? As America ages, more and more people are planning for future accessibility issues. With more than 30 million Americans who use wheelchairs (a number that is expected to increase as the baby boomer generation ages), wheelchair access can be an important issue. Bathrooms must be larger than average, barrier-free, and have a five ft. diameter space to allow wheelchair maneuverability. If the sink and toilet are situated on the same wall, there must be sufficient space between the two, allowing room for a wheelchair, as well as a caregiver. Doorways must be at least 36” wide, and the door must swing outward, rather than inward. Grab rails are essential, as well as a built-in shower seat, lower-mounted light switches, and no threshold to the shower entrance.
It may feel as though outfitting a bathroom to make it accessible is an overwhelming task. Our design and installation team will make the task as quick and simple as possible, offering our deep understanding of the logistics involved in creating an accessible space. In addition to helping you design and implement an accessible bathroom, Countertops and Cabinetry by Design can help you choose the perfect sink, the perfect fixtures, the perfect cabinets, the perfect countertop, and the perfect tile to compliment your vision of your new bathroom and kitchen. We are committed to working collaboratively with our clients in Mason, Ohio, to discover their dream kitchen or bath—then we will work hard to bring that dream to fruition. Contact Countertops and Cabinetry by Design today for all your countertop and cabinetry needs.