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Three-Quarter or Full Bathroom?

Three-Quarter or Full Bathroom?

Posted in Bathrooms

No matter what your dream bathroom looks like, Expo Home Improvement is a leader in the bathroom remodeling industry with the skills and experience required to make your dreams come true. Whether you know exactly what you want or you're unsure and just checking your options out, we've got custom solutions that meet your needs. Check out two of the most desirable bathroom types below..

Three-Quarter Bath

Three-quarter bathrooms feature a shower, toilet, and sink. In rare instances, particularly in older homes, you may find a tub rather than a shower in a three-quarter bath. If you want to keep your three-quarter bathroom but prefer showering to soaking in a tub, consider a cost-effective bath conversion and transform your tub into a shower. This style of bathroom is perfect for you if you want a complete-feeling bathroom, but don't have a ton of space to work with.

Full Bath

Building on the three-quarter bathroom, a full bath has a tub, shower, toilet, and sink. Without all four of these components, the bathroom does not qualify as a full bath, even if real estate agents say otherwise. Full bathrooms are arguably the most valuable to your home as they feature both a tub and a shower, but they can also be quite large, limiting space in your home.

Shower/Tub Combo

Can't decide which bathroom style suits you? Get the best of both worlds by choosing a bathroom that features a tub and shower combo. Tub/shower combo bathrooms are the perfect solution for those anyone who likes bathing and showering, or for families with young children who need the convenience of a shower with tub space for bathing little ones.

Combine form and function without compromising space in your bathroom by choosing Expo Home Improvement for a convenient tub shower combo. For more information regarding our bathroom remodeling services and how we can help you create maximum value and functionality in your home, give us a call today. You can also complete our online form to request additional info and a free, no-obligation project estimate.