How this DC company helps homeowners renovate bathrooms

Plain and simple: Bathroom renovations can be daunting.

It’s not uncommon for a renovation to cost more than $15,000. (Yes, even for such a small space.)

But D.C.-based company remodelmate will help you design your dream bathroom for a fraction of the price — and without stress or headaches.

Here’s how remodelmate works:

  • Get a free estimate online. It takes one minute.
  • Speak with a design consultant to refine the details of your estimate.
  • Pair up with two professional interior designers to create your new bathroom. You can get a 3D look before moving forward.
  • Next, your dedicated project concierge takes over, handling all of the material sourcing and ordering. Don’t worry — they’ll stick to your budget, and you can keep tabs on everything through your online dashboard. (See? No headaches.)
  • Licensed and insured contractors, who are vetted through a rigorous screening process, carry out all the hard work.
  • Enjoy your beautiful new bathroom!

With remodelmate, you’ll pay a $100 booking fee, but otherwise there’s no down payment. You’ll simply make “milestone payments” as you approve each completed phase of the work.

To get started, get a free online estimate in one minute or less.

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