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Good Better Best: Toilet Options For Your Bathroom

When designing a bathroom remodel, the toilet you choose will have a major impact on how your bathroom looks and functions. Although selecting a toilet might not seem like the most exciting endeavor, taking the time to consider the options and decide which one best matches your needs can make a big difference in how…

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Does A House Need A Bathtub?

Although used much less frequently than showers, bathtubs are still a standard of the American home. However, not everybody needs or wants a bathtub. During home remodels, many homeowners consider whether or not to keep a bathtub in their house. After all, they take up space, don’t get used often, and require a lot of…

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How to fix a shower leak

Nobody likes having a leak in their shower, and figuring out how to fix one can be a hassle. While the process of repairing a leaky shower may be inconvenient, the consequences of not repairing it can be catastrophic. But what if you don’t know how to fix a leak? Or worse, what if you…

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Good, Better, Best: Plumbing Fixtures for Your Bathroom

Carefully selecting plumbing fixtures that serve your needs is essential to crafting a truly customized bathroom remodel experience. Not sure how to choose the right ones? When it comes to finding the right plumbing fixtures for your bathroom remodel, it’s helpful to look at the options in terms of “Good, Better, & Best.” At Lamont…

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What are the different types of bathroom vanities?

The sink is an essential feature of every bathroom, second in importance only to the toilet. When selecting a vanity for your sink, it’s important to consider how the functionality of your vanity will serve the use of that specific bathroom. What works for one might not be best for another. That’s why it’s important…

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What type of shower pan is best for my bathroom?

If you’re in the process of building or remodeling a bathroom, you probably have a good idea of how you want your shower to look. You’ve probably settled on a size, location, and enclosure material, such as fiberglass, tile, or slab. But there’s one important design feature in a shower that often goes overlooked: the…

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