Proof We “Walk The Talk”
We’re not big on bragging. But we feel it’s important to show you PROOF that we’re an excellent choice for your bathroom remodel.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of our awards and associations. We want you to feel totally comfortable trusting your home in our hands. And a great way to provide that peace of mind is proving we “walk the talk.”
HomeAdvisor – Screened & Approved
To be a HomeAdvisor Screened & Approved contractor, a company must undergo a strict evaluation every two years. Some of the basic requirements for Screened & Approved status include…
- Carrying all appropriate local licenses
- Having the social security number of our owner verified
- Maintaining good standing in the states in which we’re operating
- Upholding the HomeAdvisor Code Of Conduct of being honest, professional, respectful, reliable, and more
Because we’re Screened & Approved, you can trust that we do everything “above board” and the RIGHT way.
Good Housekeeping Seal Of Approval
We carry the only bathroom products in the industry that have the Good Housekeeping Seal Of Approval. This means Good Housekeeping provides a two-year warranty where THEY will repair, refund, or replace a defective product up to $2,000.
This is in addition to OUR own amazing warranties. Bottom line: You get twice the protection!
Home Innovation Research Labs™ Certified
Home Innovation Research Labs is an independent research organization that tests products in the home improvement industry. Since 1964, the organization has tested thousands of products for performance standards in their state-of-the-art laboratories and facilities.
We’re proud to install bathroom products with Home Innovation Research Lab Certification. This means the materials we use for your remodel are verified for quality by a reputable third party.
Fully Licensed & Insured
We carry all appropriate contractor licensing for the state of New Jersey, as well as proper workers compensation insurance.
This means A) you get a bathroom remodeler who is LEGALLY allowed to work on your home, and B) you won’t have to worry about liability issues if a worker injures himself on your property.