Auckland Bathroom Renovation & Remodeling Contractor Design Services Announced

Bathroom Craft in Auckland, NZ, has announced it can provide local customers with all their bathroom renovation and bathroom design needs. The team can work on projects big and small and prides itself on high quality service.

Auckland , New Zealand - August 24, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Bathroom Craft has announced that it can provide Auckland customers with stunning bathroom renovations for projects both big and small. It offers affordable, high quality plans designed for each customer to meet their goals and needs.

More information can be found at: https://bathroomcraft.co.nz

The site explains that Bathroom Craft has over 27 years of experience in the business, and in that time has become recognized as an industry leader. They work with customers to bring their bathroom ideas into reality.

With a team of highly trained, licensed professionals, Bathroom Craft has a passion for bathroom design and installation. They serve the entire Auckland area including the Northern, Southern and Eastern suburbs.

The company is run by Rob Cane, who emphasizes that customers will be able to benefit from quality crafted workmanship with every project. The team at Bathroom Craft strives to provide customers with the best service, with bathroom renovation work that ticks all the boxes.

By getting in touch with the specialist Auckland bathroom renovation experts, customers can save time and money. They also get the peace of mind of knowing that they are dealing with the area’s best.

From building through to painting, tiling, carpentry, and rendering, Bathroom Craft handles every aspect of the job for customers. They only use the best materials, helping to ensure that the finished job is as good as possible.

The company states: “As a Licensed building practitioner with 27 years experience, you are in good hands. You can trust us to take care of your bathroom renovation to create and craft your dream bathroom from concept to completion.”

It adds: “Starting with the initial consultation through to full completion we are always on hand to offer advice and guidance.”

Customers looking for the best bathroom renovations in Auckland, bathroom designers in Auckland and tiled bathroom construction can get in touch.

Full details of all the services provided can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Rob Cane
Email: Send Email
Organization: Bathroom Craft
Address: 4/203 Riddell Road Glendowie, Auckland , Auckland 1071, New Zealand
Phone: +64-21-250-1188
Website: https://www.bathroomcraft.co.nz

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88911822

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