YoYo lives in the Crenshaw, California home that her grandmother first bought over 80 years ago. Over the years, both her mother and grandmother made some major renovations to the home, but nearly all of them without professional help.
Michelle and her husband George have lived in a beautiful 1920s home in Pasadena since 2008. A previous owner had added a bathroom in the 1980s, which looked very dated by 2013, and the couple was ready for a change.
Bathroom Bliss: A Path to Serenity via a Stress-Free Remodeling Process
Seeing the One Week Bath trailer in their neighborhood gave K.
Travel + Nature = Inspiration for a New Bath
Richard didn’t hate his old bathroom, but it didn’t compare to the luxurious bathrooms at the five star hotels he often stayed at during his travels.
Modernizing Mad Men Era Bathrooms
After spending nearly two decades in her condo unit, Hope decided the time was right to update the master bathroom and powder room.
Moving Beyond Illness One Bathroom at a Time
For Holly H, remodeling her master bathroom and powder room was done to erase unpleasant memories of her breast cancer ordeal.
I never thought I’d be grateful about a vehicle hitting our tree, but when the One Week Bath truck drove down our block after finishing our neighbor’s bathroom, it knocked down some branches that were jutting out into the street and should have been taken down before – and, we learned about One Week Bath!
One Week Bath client Julie Dewing sums up her bathroom remodeling experience with one word: respect. According to Julie, “One Week Bath is themed around respect – this was the biggest key to the success of our project.
For retired economist Suzanne Reyes and husband Robert Scheinerman, finding the right bathroom remodeler was a major undertaking – their master bath needed to be completely restructured, from walls coming down to closing off closet areas.