• The CRATE Team is excited to unveil another stunning bathroom remodel in Modesto, CA, and we can’t wait to share all of the design details with you!

    This bathroom was completely transformed in less than three weeks into a contemporary masterpiece. We absolutely love the new style of this contemporary remodel! We replaced the vanity that adds the perfect modern flair.

    While we love everything about this project, our favorite aspect is the new shower! By eliminating the rain-textured glass and opting for a clear, semi-frameless shower door, the entire room feels more spacious and shows off the beautiful new finishes.

    We’re absolutely thrilled with this renovation, but don’t take our word for it. Scroll down to see the customer’s feedback and more gorgeous before & after photos.

    Homeowner Testimonial:

    I am so pleased with the work that the kitchen & bath CRATE did in my home.

    Bathroom Remodel Before & After Project Complete Pictures

    (Click each image to enjoy a larger view.)

    Before & After Bathroom Remodel

    Before & After Bathroom Remodel

    Before & After Bathroom Remodel

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    Before & After Bathroom Remodel


    Technical Details


    Interested in Bathroom Remodels? Contact Us Today!

    Perhaps this bathroom at Kansas Avenue in Modesto reminds you of your home. Perhaps you like the layout of your bathroom and the cabinets are in good condition, but you are ready for a completely new look and feel. BathCRATE can make this happen in just a few days.

    Just click here to schedule your phone consultation using our online scheduling system. Or feel free to call us direct during business hours at 888-995-7996!

    Scott Monday is the founder and CEO of kitchenCRATE and bathCRATE. Follow him on Facebook or Linked-In.

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