Caryn and Pat Knott just knew it was time for a change in their master bathroom. A room-eating soaking tub in the corner, curtains which blocked out the light in two large windows, and a small stand up fiberglass shower all screamed out the look of the 1990’s! Learn below 3 key steps Caryn and Pat (along with their remodeling contractor – Dan Skubak of Skubak Builders) used to transform this space into a more useful, light-filled and natural feeling master bathroom environment.
The official start of fall is just around the corner and has many homeowners considering ways to prepare their homes for the cooler temperatures ahead. The good news is that there are many simple ways to make your home more energy-efficient without emptying your wallet, as well as bigger changes (like replacement doors and windows from Innovate Building Solutions) that will save you hundreds of dollars in the long run.
Lille Burton has been a member of the Innovate Building Solutions team in the Columbus, Ohio division for the past four years, and chances are, if you stop by the office, she will be there to greet you! When it comes to her job, Lillie enjoys the family-like atmosphere and working with a variety of people across many different projects. Aside from bringing her creativity to work every day, she prides herself on being laser-focused on customer service, a philosophy that is shared by the entire Innovate team and is a major contributor to its tremendous nationwide success.
Fun colors are not just for dresses and sports cars anymore! The bathroom – which for many people is the bastion of blandness and functionality – can now be transformed into a vibrant and easy to maintain space with the use of colored wall panels and color glass blocks. Learn more about the benefits, options and installation of these products below.
If you’re tired of cleaning and repairing grout in your tub or shower enclosure you’re not alone! The hassle, time and expense of dealing with grout is causing many homeowners to switch from tile to various styles of grout free shower wall panels (ranging from fiberglass, acrylic, high gloss acrylic, PVC backed composites and solid surface).
The article below will provide an overview of the features of these 5 types of grout free wall panels (ranging from color, pattern, finish and pattern options as well as ease of installation and sizing) and link at the end of the article for more in depth information.
The cool high-gloss trend that can be seen all over kitchens in Europe has made its way to the states, offering interior designers and homeowners alike a unique, aesthetically appealing option for taking a modern look to the next level in commercial buildings or high-end luxury homes. Described as sleek, fun and contemporary, Lustrolite high gloss acrylic wall panels from Innovate Building Solutions can add a lot to your kitchen, bathroom, media room or office.
A recent survey from Philips and Georgetown University reports that 96 percent of baby boomers place high priority on maintaining independence as they age, but more than one-third of those surveyed are unsure if they can afford the upgrades to support “aging in place” in their homes. Fortunately, Innovate Building Solutions offers a variety of products across a wide-range of price points that enhance safety, accessibility and style.
Standing out in the new home market can be tough – that’s why Truberry Custom Homes was looking for a unique edge when building their Jerome Village model in the Plain City suburb of Columbus Ohio. Two rooms which are critically important to new home buyers are kitchens and master bathrooms. Learn below 5 key design and construction features used in the curved glass block shower Truberry decided to use in their new model home.
So, you’ve decided to freshen up your windows with a new look but now the debate is on…should you use acrylic blocks or glass blocks? Innovate Building Solutions is a nationwide supplier of both acrylic and glass block products and we believe that choosing the best product is really based on our customers’ personal needs and expectations. In the sections below, we’ll help you weigh the benefits of both options based on your budget, overall goal for the space, and priorities for function.
You may have seen photos of trendy glass floor designs on the internet or even experienced seeing and walking across a glass floor for yourself while shopping, browsing in a museum or going for a ride on a glass bottom boat tour. The following major tourist attractions not only helped to enhance the reputation of this one-of-kind design feature, but have inspired other commercial and residential buildings across the world to follow their footsteps along the same (glass) path.