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Tub and shower remodeling in the Twin Cities


This oddly shaped bathroom in Rosemount MN presented our design team with a few challenges.  First up was a skinny closet that is so deep, you couldn’t reach the back of it.  Our solution was to add some pullout drawers to allow access to everything inside.  The leaking shower was replaced with tile and a custom glass door.  The vanity is furniture-style and topped with Cambria quartz.



“I’m a product of the HGTV generation. I wanted the Property Brothers to come to my house. Eric was the next best thing. We spent about an hour going through all of our needs and wants. He took measurements. Within a few days he provided us with the most organized quote I’ve ever seen. Everything was broken down into sections; plumbing, electrical, tile, etc. Allowances for materials were clearly visible. This made it very easy to stay within budget. My husband and I were adamant that we would pick materials under the allowance as to save money. Eric’s methodology made this possible. Once we agreed to hire him, we were provided with a very detailed timeline. Eric and Ruth took us shopping for materials. A revised quote was provided to us right before work was started based on our actual purchases. Once work started things went very smoothly. Everyday the work site was cleaned up so that we could actually still live in our house comfortably. Half way through the project we decided to add on new doors and trim. Again, this was a very detailed, organized process. We received a CR (change request) that detailed the new items. Due to adding on the new job, our overall project was extended by a few weeks, but we couldn’t be happier with the outcome. We’re actually wrapping up the entire project this week and have already started the quote process for our next major project: the downstairs bathroom and family room.”

–Rob & Melissa, Eagan MN

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Twin Cities bathtub installations


Our Twin Cities clients’ goals for the project were to eliminate the awful pink whirlpool tub and replace it with a free-standing soaker tub.  In addition, they wished for a larger vanity to increase storage and counter space.  In a perfect world, we would have relocated walls to create more space, but unfortunately we were “land locked” between two exterior walls and a large fireplace.  Our design team were forced to design within the space that we had, and they did a great job.

The end result is quite stunning, with a maple cabinet with whitewashed finish, Cambria countertops, and gorgeous tile surrounding the spacious soaker tub.  The shower features porcelain tile and a custom glass enclosure.

Allrounder Remodeling Inc. provides residential home design and remodeling services in the southeast Twin Cities metro area, including the cities of Apple Valley, Rosemount, Eagan, Mendota Heights, Sunfish Lake, West St. Paul, South St. Paul, Inver Grove Heights, Cottage Grove, Newport, St. Paul Park, Woodbury, Oakdale, and Maplewood.

For more information, please call 651-497-7715, or visit http://www.AllrounderRemodeling.com

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Sunfish Lake Kitchen & Bath remodelers


Our Mendota Heights client wished to convert her pink bathroom into a relaxing retreat for her and her husband.  The project features custom Victorian-style cabinetry topped with Cambria quartz countertops, a large tile shower with a recessed niche, shaving shelf, and custom glass, and beautiful large-format floor tile.  The chrome fixtures from Kohler are a perfect pairing with the other finishes in the room.



“We hired Allrounder Remodeling to remodel 3 bathrooms in our new home before we moved in. We were on a very tight timeframe and they did everything in their power to get the project done on time and on budget. From the initial consultation to the final walk-thru they were nothing but professional. I loved the fact that they would give me regular email updates on the progress they had made on any given day and what we could expect to see in the upcoming days. I trusted them completely in our home when we were not there. We could not be more pleased with the work they did. We would hire them again in a second. “

–John & Barb, Mendota Heights MN

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Design Build Remodel custom renovations


This 1950’s rambler hadn’t received much updating since it had been built.  The project includes a full kitchen, master bath remodel, and a completely finished basement.  In addition, the leaky old galvanized plumbing system was replaced with modern PVC and PEX piping.



Built in the 1950’s, this kitchen suffered from a lack of counter space, a lack of storage space, and some scary electrical and plumbing problems.  After fully gutting the room to the studs, the mechanicals were upgraded, the walls were re-insulated, drywalled and painted.  Custom cherry cabinets, Cambria quartz countertops, and stainless appliances provided the finishing touches.

Our design team did a great job of making the most of a very small galley kitchen space.   This kitchen incorporates numerous colors and textures to appeal to every sense:  Cherry, copper, stainless, bronze, dark gray backsplash tile, and dark brown LVT flooring.



The bathroom also suffered from some electrical and plumbing deficiencies, including a rotten floor near the toilet.  After many “behind the wall” upgrades, the space was finished off with LVT floor tile, custom cherry cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops, and fixtures from Delta and Kohler.



Our clients goals for the basement were:  provide additional storage, upgrade the laundry service, add a ¾ bathroom, and provide a generous multi-purpose area, which could be used for family space or an office setup.  The space was dark and gloomy, so our plan included new egress windows and plenty of recessed lighting.  One side of the basement is “utility” with plenty of closets for storage.  The other side features the large multi-purpose space.  In addition, a combination laundry/bathroom consolidates these areas to free up space for other uses.

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Bathroom Remodelers 55076 & 55077


Our clients goal was to be able to age in place within her existing Inver Grove Heights home.  The existing builders tub/shower unit made it difficult and unsafe to step into the tub.  In addition, the inexpensive builders vanity cabinet was falling apart, and there was very little storage space in the bathroom.

A curbless tile shower is the highlight of this Inver Grove Heights bathroom renovation.  The curbless design allows our client to walk right into the shower.  The shower also features a bench seat, a handshower on a slide bar, and numerous grab bars for a safe and comfortable shower.  New custom cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops, and fixtures by Delta and Kohler were all included as part of this project.

Although not the goal for this project, this design would work great for somebody who is handicapped or wheelchair bound.


“I did a total bath redo. Allrounder did a great job. Eric and everyone that work with him were very professional. The project turned out better than I ever expected. I will use Allrounder for my next project”

–Susan, Inver Grove Heights MN


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