Bathroom Remodel Blog

Tub-to-Shower Conversion

What to Expect During Your Tub-to-Shower Conversion »

One of the most overlooked areas of a home that can be upgraded immediately to increase the value and appeal of your house is converting a bathtub into a shower. A bathtub takes up quite a bit of space and can be a jarring, grimy detachment from the bathroom floor which also detracts from the overall aesthetic. The key, when going from a tub to a shower, is to make sure that you are thinking about having everything that you need for support, comfort, and convenience in the future. Our professionals and Toledo New Bath and Kitchen will help guide you through the areas to think about when making the decision to complete this conversion.

Walk-in Bathtub

Walk-in Bathtub Safety and Experience Features Explored »

As we get older it's no secret that we may be plagued with limited mobility and balance issues that can keep us from being able to stay in our homes safely. Consequently, the majority of the accidents that are likely to befall us will happen in the kitchens or bathrooms. Many more than we would like to admit.

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Bathrooms - That's All We Do! »

There’s a saying “There’s something in a name - New Bath.” We have been remodeling bathrooms in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan for nearly 40 years. Bathrooms are all we do! We have experience in installing walk-in tubs, tub liners, bath fitters, vanities, floors, toilets, and showers. We can convert your existing bathtub to a custom made walk-in shower with safety accessions including grab bars and safety steps. We have a large selection of walk-in tubs available with many on display at our two showrooms. We have been assisting senior safety in their homes for many years. Our sales consultant, Mark Rediger, is a certified senior safety expert. He is factory-trained and has spent a lifetime in the nursing home and health care industry.

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Need to Know Before Installing A Walk-in Tub

What You Need to Know Before Installing A Walk-in Tub »

Are you ready to install that walk-in tub you've been considering? Is it the right time to take the leap and make the investment? Many wonder how soon they should get around to making that purchase and what exactly is involved with it. There are many options to choose from so you can get the tub that’s appropriate for you and your specific situation.

We want to see you get a tub that will last for many years and give you the best bang for your buck. Since our walk-in tubs are built to last, we are positive you will reap the benefits from it for a long time. We stand by the quality of our products and the skill of our staff. You can count on us to help you through the process so that you can get exactly what you are looking for, stress-free.

We have passed this article on to you to help you become more informed on the benefits of owning a walk in bathtub, if it is time for you to buy one, and things to consider.

Acrylic Vs. Fiberglass Bathtubs

Acrylic Vs. Fiberglass Bathtubs: Which is Best for You? »

When you’re looking to buy a bathtub you’ll find that both acrylic and fiberglass tubs are inexpensive and won’t break your budget. These two materials are everywhere in the industry. So, how do you choose which material is best for you? We've put together some information below that will help you make your decision and get you into a nice, relaxing tub as soon as possible.


Great Tips for Planning a Bathroom Makeover »

Regardless of where you reside - whether it is a house or condo, having a good bathroom is essential. A beautiful, well functioning bathroom gives you a reason to come home and a good spot for relaxation at the end of a hectic day. If you are thinking of remodeling a bathroom to make your dream a reality, it is essential to get the details right. Here are a few tips to get you through your upcoming bathroom renovations.

Bathroom Remodeling - The Facts and the Figures

Bathroom Remodeling - The Facts and the Figures »

According to Remodeler Magazine, a homeowner can recoup at least 66% of the cost of a bathroom remodel when the house is sold! So, what’s keeping you from getting started? Maybe you just need a little more information about the process? Good news! This article, the fourth in our bathroom remodeling series, will further explore your options. There is always more than one way to get a job done. The key is determining which option is best for you. We’d love to help you with that!

What to look for in a bathroom remodeling company

What to Look for Before You Consider a Bathroom Remodeling Company »

Here we are, article number three in our bathroom remodeling series and we are still talking about hiring the right contractor. There’s just so much to consider before you hire a bathroom remodeling company that we thought it was important to share these additional insights.

We can’t stress enough that the very first question you should ask is how much liability insurance they carry. No matter how skilled or careful a contractor is, accidents happen.

Common Failures Of An Unqualified Bathroom Remodeler

Common Failures Of An Unqualified Bathroom Remodeler »

So far in our bathroom remodeling blog series, we’ve explored ideas about how to hire the right company for a bathroom remodel. But, what about after you’ve hired them? What are the signs of an unqualified bathroom remodeler? The sooner you know, the better!

Getting your bathroom remodeled is an exciting way to improve your home, increase its value, and improve the way you enjoy the space. A simple renovation can make your bathroom into a place that you want to be every day.

However, it’s important to make sure you’ve found a home improvement professional who can deliver your dream bath without breaking the bank - or your house. Here’s our list of the reflags of an unqualified bathroom remodeler.

How To Select The Right Bathroom Remodeler

How To Select The Right Bathroom Remodeler »

Selecting the right bathroom remodeler is important no matter if it’s a small bathroom or a huge master suite. Here’s why. The goal of any home improvement project is to end up with a gorgeous update that instantly raises the value of your home. With that in mind, we’d like to offer you a series of blog posts that talk about the ins and outs of bathroom remodeling.


Why You Should Visit A Toledo Bath Showroom »

Are you living in a home with an old, outdated bathroom? You probably want to remodel it so that you like it more and it functions better, right? But, how do you get started? Toledo New Bath can help in many ways! As a professional bathroom remodeler, you know you will get the help you need to create the space that you want (and deserve). We encourage you to stop in to either of our two conveniently located, locally owned showrooms and see how we can give you the bathroom of your dreams, without breaking the bank.

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Top Benefits of Starting a Bathroom Remodeling Project »

Home remodeling experts have calculated that the average man or woman will spend more than 1 year and 7 months in the bathroom. Given this amount of time, bathroom makeovers can have a tremendous impact on your life. Discover the top benefits of starting a bathroom remodeling project.


Why Choose a Toledo New Bath Tub Liner? »

Over time, your bathtub might start to darken, get chipped and/or rust. When it’s time remodel, you can refinish, replace OR choose a bathtub liner. Let’s look at some reasons why you should choose a Toledo New Bath tub liner for your bathroom update.


Bathroom Accessibility Tips for Seniors »

As people continue to age, many tasks that used to be very easy can become more challenging. One part of the home that can be harder to use safely is the bathroom. Due to slippery floors and large steps taken to get into a standard bathtub, there are a variety of hazards that come with a standard bathroom. Fortunately, there are a variety of tips that anyone can follow which could help to convert a traditional bathroom into one that is safer for seniors.

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Senior Bathroom Safety: Is a Walk-In Bathtub Right for Me? »

As we age, we realize that certain daily tasks become a little more difficult. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, every year about 235,000 people visit emergency rooms because of injuries suffered in the bathroom, and almost 14 percent are hospitalized. If you feel as if your bathing routine is cumbersome or even problematic, you may want to consider a walk in bathtub. While these types of tubs are not for everyone, they can bring significant benefits such as making bathing easier and also safer for those with limited mobility or decreased energy due to age or disability.

Do you need to know more about the benefits of walk-in bathtubs for seniors? Let's take a closer look at these types of tubs and why replacing your existing tub or shower may be the right decision for you.


How To Prevent Drain Buildup After a Bathroom Remodel »

After your bathroom remodel is done, you want to make sure everything stays in perfect working order! Here are several things that you can do to prevent a drain buildup in your bathroom.

Bathroom Safety for Seniors

Bathroom Safety for Seniors »

Many daily bathroom activities can become a problem if a senior has limited mobility issues or if they are wheelchair bound. That’s why bathroom safety is a real concern for older adults and people with aging parents. Updating or remodeling a bathroom for seniors helps them remain independent. A walk in tub helps seniors to bathe safely and conveniently. All seniors need to do is to open a side door where they can step inside and be comfortably seated. This is so much better than their trying to step over and onto a slippery tub.

When a bathroom doesn’t provide accommodations to help with accessibility, it then becomes a future perilous environment. Many people, including seniors, are admitted to hospitals due to slips and falls in the bathroom. If you don’t have a steady gait or are in a wheelchair, a well designed and accessible bathroom is a must! Your bathroom should be easily accessible and well-equipped with assistive accessories to keep seniors steady, safe, and secure.