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#1 Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Blythewood Areas

Turn your bathroom into a sanctuary for relaxing and rejuvenating!

TRC is a leading home improvement company that specializes in transforming bathrooms into luxurious spaces. We know that your bathroom is one of the most important rooms in your home, and we are dedicated to creating a beautiful and functional space that you will love. Our team of experienced professionals will work with you to design and build a bathroom that meets all of your needs and exceeds your wildest dreams. Contact us today to get started on your dream bathroom renovation project.
Curious about how much a bathroom renovation costs? It varies depending on a number of factors, including the materials used, size of the shower, and the overall scope of the project. Whether you have a large or small project in mind, TRC can help. Our team is equipped to tackle any job and deliver high-quality results.

We service Blythewood Areas, SC
and the surrounding areas

Bathroom Remodeling Ideas

bathroom with amazing garden tab and shower

Garden Tub & Shower

Our Garden Tub & Shower style is the perfect addition to any bathroom. You don't have to choose between a soaking tub or a shower when you can have both in one stylish and practical design. Consult with our experts to elevate your bathroom and enhance your daily routine with our ultimate relaxation solution.


Door-less Showers

Experience the ultimate solution to clunky shower doors with our Door- less Showers Style. TRC Improvements knows that shower doors can be challenging to maintain and take up valuable space, especially in small bathrooms. Our innovative design removes the need for a door altogether, allowing for a more spacious and stylish bathroom. Let us help you transform your bathroom into a modern oasis.


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tiled shower with glass door

60" Tiled Showers

Upgrade your bathroom with our 60" Tiled Shower Style and transform it into a luxurious oasis. Removing your builder grade tub and shower surround and replacing it with a custom tiled shower can do wonders for not only the look of your bathroom but also the functionality. Our team will work with you to ensure you get the shower of your dreams.


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edgy magazine worthy bathroom

Custom Bathrooms

Our team at TRC knows that your bathroom should reflect your unique style and preferences. From removing an unused soaking tub to installing a new, spacious walk-in shower, we'll work with you every step of the way to create a bathroom that exceeds your expectations. And if you're looking to add some luxury to your space, our experts can recommend the perfect free-standing soaking tub and tub filler for the ultimate spa-like experience.


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48"x 48" Tiled Shower - yellow and beige

48"x 48" Tiled Showers

Want to make the most out of your smaller bathroom space? Let us help you design a custom tiled shower that fits your needs perfectly. Our 48"x 48" Tiled Showers Style offers functionality and beauty, creating a spa-like experience right in the comfort of your own home. Transform your bathroom and feel the luxury every day, with our expert team of skilled professionals to guide you every step of the way.


12 x 24 Tile in Brick Pattern in 48"x 48" Tiled Showers
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Composite Stone Subway Tile Pattern Walk in Shower

2 Day Shower Installations

Transform your bathroom with our composite stone shower walls that can be installed in as little as a few days with our 2 Day Shower Installations. No mess, no long construction process, just a professionally installed walk-in shower that adds value and style to your space. Choose our bathroom improvement service for a hassle-free and speedy renovation experience.

2 Day Shower Installations
  • What are the benefits of opting for a custom-tiled walk-in shower over an acrylic or stone composite shower?
    Custom-tiled walk-in showers offer unique designs, personalized aesthetics, and the ability to tailor the space to your preferences, ensuring a one-of-a-kind bathroom experience.
  • How long does it typically take to complete a bathroom renovation with a custom-tiled walk-in shower?
    The timeline varies based on project complexity, but a custom-tiled walk-in shower may add some time compared to standard installations. On average, expect a well-executed project to take several weeks.
  • Are there any specific maintenance requirements for custom-tiled walk-in showers?
    Regular cleaning is essential to maintain the appearance of your custom-tiled walk-in shower. Grout should be sealed to prevent moisture penetration, and professional cleaning may be needed periodically.
  • Is a shower base or a tiled shower pan a better option for a custom walk-in shower?
    Both options have their merits. A shower base is quicker to install and may be easier to clean, while a tiled shower pan allows for more design flexibility. The choice depends on your preferences and project requirements.
  • Can I incorporate niche shelves or built-in storage options into my custom-tiled walk-in shower?
    Absolutely! Custom-tiled showers provide the flexibility to include niches, shelves, or even built-in seating, enhancing functionality and convenience in your bathroom space.
  • Will a bathroom renovation, especially with a custom-tiled walk-in shower, add instant equity to my home with a good return on investment (ROI)?
    While bathroom renovations generally contribute to home value, the exact ROI varies. Factors like the quality of materials, workmanship, and market trends influence the impact on home equity. Consult with a real estate professional for more accurate projections.
  • Can I use any type of tile for my custom walk-in shower, or are there specific considerations for bathroom use?
    Not all tiles are suitable for wet environments. It's essential to choose tiles with low water absorption, such as porcelain or ceramic, for the longevity and durability of your custom-tiled walk-in shower.
  • How can I ensure proper waterproofing in my custom-tiled walk-in shower to prevent leaks and water damage?
    Employing a professional contractor experienced in waterproofing techniques is crucial. They will use waterproof membranes, proper underlayment, and meticulous installation to safeguard against potential issues.
  • Are there energy-efficient options for fixtures and features in a bathroom renovation, including custom-tiled walk-in showers?
    Yes, many modern fixtures offer energy efficiency. Consider low-flow showerheads, LED lighting, and programmable thermostatic controls for your custom-tiled walk-in shower to enhance both sustainability and comfort.
  • Can I make changes to the design or materials once the bathroom renovation has started?
    It's ideal to finalize design and material choices before starting the project. Changes after work has begun may lead to delays and additional costs. Clear communication with your contractor is key to avoiding complications during the renovation process.
  • What type of flooring material do you recommend for high-traffic areas, such as the living room or kitchen? LVP or Laminate?
    Both LVP and Laminate are durable options, but the choice depends on your specific needs. LVP is water-resistant, making it ideal for kitchens and bathrooms, while Laminate offers a realistic wood look.
  • Can you provide samples of LVP and Laminate flooring so I can see how they look in my home before making a decision?
    Absolutely! We can provide samples of both LVP and Laminate flooring, allowing you to visualize how each option complements your existing decor and lighting.
  • What are the key differences between LVP and Laminate in terms of maintenance and cleaning?
    LVP is water-resistant and easy to clean, making it suitable for areas prone to spills. Laminate is also easy to maintain but may require more caution with water exposure. Both can be cleaned with a damp mop.
  • How does the installation process differ between LVP and Laminate flooring?
    The installation process varies slightly, and our team is experienced in both. LVP often has a click-lock system for floating installation, while Laminate may use similar methods. We'll discuss the best approach based on your preferences and the specific area.
  • Can LVP or Laminate be installed over existing flooring, or does the old flooring need to be removed?
    In many cases, LVP and Laminate can be installed over existing flooring, provided it is in good condition. However, we will assess the condition during a site visit to ensure a proper installation.
  • What underlayment options do you recommend for LVP or Laminate flooring to enhance comfort and reduce noise?
    Quality underlayment is essential for both LVP and Laminate flooring. We can recommend options that provide comfort underfoot and help dampen sound, ensuring a pleasant living environment.
  • Are there specific considerations for installing LVP or Laminate in areas with fluctuating temperatures, such as sunrooms or basements?
    LVP and Laminate are generally resilient to temperature changes, but it's important to acclimate the flooring to the environment before installation. We'll discuss any unique considerations for your specific space.
  • Can LVP or Laminate be installed on stairs, and are there special considerations for these areas?
    Yes, both LVP and Laminate can be installed on stairs. We'll discuss the best practices for stair installation, including using stair nosing for safety and aesthetics.
  • What warranty and maintenance guidelines come with the LVP or Laminate flooring you offer?
    We'll provide information on the warranty offered by the flooring manufacturer and share maintenance guidelines to ensure the longevity of your investment.
  • Can you provide a detailed estimate that includes the cost of both the flooring materials and the installation labor?
    Certainly! We'll provide a comprehensive estimate that outlines the costs of the selected LVP or Laminate flooring, as well as the labor involved in the installation process. This way, you'll have a clear understanding of the overall project cost.
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