Bathroom Remodeling In Olathe: Your Best Choice

Bathroom remodeling in Olathe has never been so easy with the right contractor, and you just found yours!

Mortise & Miter is your local bathroom remodeler with over 25 years of experience in bathroom design and layout.

If you’re looking for professionals that understand your underlying needs, you don’t need to look any further!

A beautiful vanity with cabinets and a pink towel

Get A New Bathroom With Extra Benefits

With Mortise & Miter, besides a new bathroom, you’ll also get your best contracting experience so far!

You’ll receive:

Enjoy A Bathroom Tailored To Your Needs

Being fully content and proud of our bathroom becomes necessary as we age.

You want your bathroom to be functioning at 100% at all times. It needs to provide ease of use and comfort, but it also needs to look great and feel yours.

One of the best skills you’ll see from our team is our ability to understand your underlying needs and what made you want a bathroom remodel. Our goal is to over-deliver and make your bathroom truly yours without too much hassle on your behalf.

You’ll get a new bathroom tailored to your changing needs, just like your neighbors did.

Homeowners In Olathe Love Their New Bathrooms

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Jason L

5/5

Working with John took all the worries away that we though we had. Especially liked his proposal packet that listed every detail and floor plans and all the specifics on materials. Also was a fixed-price so there was no hassle along the way for us.

Even when we weren’t sure about some of the new layout, he just asked us some questions and immediately described some options that were perfect!

VERY good communication the whole way, and he really did make us a part of the process. We felt like he had a great respect for us and our home!

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Matt Hankins

5/5

John with Mortise & Miter was amazing with his response time, and timeliness of my project! He did an awesome job, and I couldn’t be happier!

Although my project wasn’t the largest, I always felt like I was a priority, and given as much time as I’m sure he gives his largest clients.

I highly recommend Mortise & Miter to anyone needing something done to their home!

Here Are Some Ideas For Your Upcoming Bathroom Remodel

If your home isn’t ready for renovation when you are, it can cause delays and cost you more money in the long run.

Type Of Upgrades And Materials

The list of upgrades and materials available for your bathroom remodel is endless. At the in-home consultation, we’ll guide you through every option to ensure you’ll know what you’re getting.

Let’s see what the most common upgrades are for a bathroom remodel.

Vanity & Cabinets

Upgrading vanities and cabinets are a popular upgrade in most bathroom remodels.

For vanities or cabinet boxes, plywood is the best material option. We recommend traditional hardwood for doors and face frames, as this material can easily be refinished to regain its former glory.

When it comes to the type of cabinetry, the licensed carpenters of Mortise & Miter can create the perfect vanity for your new bathroom. Semi-custom cabinets are a viable option, as well as stock cabinets.

A cabinet with a vanity and a mirror with a black frame
A vanity with no hardware

Countertop

Changing a vanity will often require changing your countertop too.

At Mortise & Miter, we recommend quartz counters, as this material is durable, resistant to stains, scratches, or chips, and fairly easy to maintain.

Because it’s a manufactured material, quartz is more affordable than other counter materials like granite, quartzite, or, marble. Solid-surface composite is also an available option but scratches easily and becomes discolored over time.

A countertop on a wood vanity

Shower & Bathtub

In Olathe, many homeowners are focusing on tub-to-shower conversions for their bathroom remodeling project.

Transforming a fiberglass pan shower into a curbless entry shower with matching tile floor and concealed drains ensures better functionality and aesthetics. For comfort, freestanding soaking tubs are gaining ground, allowing real relaxation and increasing floor space.

If you were thinking of jacuzzis and step-down tubs, know that these are quickly decreasing in popularity because they create entry and exit hazards as we age.

A glass shower in a white bathroom
A freestanding tub near a window

Flooring

Flooring is where a lot of bathroom issues start. Poor plumbing systems, drainage, or leaks will cause your floor to rot or develop mold or unpleasant smells.

Tile remains an excellent option for flooring, and luxury vinyl tile (LVT) is slowly gaining ground. Another common flooring option is luxury vinyl planks (LVP) due to their easy installation and low maintenance.

Hardwood floors are not the best choice for bathrooms because the room has a lot of water spills and moisture. Wood can absorb this water and will rot over time.

Black tile as flooring in a bathroom

Sink & Toilet

Sinks and toilets are bathroom essentials, and upgrading them will improve both functionality and looks of your space.

If you want your sink to become the focal point of your bath, consider a vessel sink made of glass, metal, porcelan, or polished stone.go for a bowl sink made of copper, marble, or pure granite. Undermount sinks of porcelain (or the same material as your counter) will make your counter seamless, creating a smooth flow in your bath.

Pedestal sinks, wall-mounted sinks, and drop-in sinks are also less-common options.

A black sink with a golden faucet
A toilet equipped with gadgets

Have Your Bath Remodeled The Easy Way

With us, your bathroom remodeling process will be fast, predictable, and effortless!

1

Collaborate

Contact us, and let’s discuss your upcoming project.

2

Build

We’ll build your new bathroom according to your needs.

3

Enjoy

Your bathroom is ready!

Bathroom Remodeling In Olathe: A Case Study

A bathroom remodeling in Olathe turned out in a complete make-over when we discovered more serious issues with the plumbing and electrical system of this bath.

This 160 ft² master bathroom included:

A bathroom remodeling in Olathe with a tub and shower

We quoted this project at $35,000. The curbless shower and the heated bathroom floor came in at $10,000.

Frequently Asked Questions

The average total cost for a small bathroom is around $15k for a basic remodel. An upscale remodel of a large bathroom can cost as much as $50k.

Materials and upgrades will have the greatest impact on your final quote. At our initial consultation, we’ll give you an accurate quote based on your choice of materials and what you want to upgrade.

We aim to finish our basic bathroom remodels within three weeks. These include a new vanity, shower/tub faucets, trim, lighting fixtures, exhaust fan, and new paint.

We allocate four to five weeks for a full mid-sided bathroom remodel, and larger bathrooms can take six weeks or longer. We’ll issue a precise timeline of your bathroom remodel after our in-home visit.

I’m John, the owner of Mortise & Miter, and I’m a licensed and insured Class C residential contractor. I’m detail-oriented and passionate about my craft, and I have over 25 years of experience in the remodeling industry.

I will take care of all cabinetry and trim work, and I’ll supervise each stage of your bathroom remodeling in Olathe.

You’ll work with some of Kansas City’s most trusted trades people. We know the building codes and regulations in Johnson County like the back of our hand. We’ll all licensed, insured, and have years of expertise under our belt.

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Let Your Local Bath Experts Transform Your Home!

Because we know remodeling projects can get stressful, our goal is to make your journey with us an effortless and pleasant experience.

Our core values revolve around you, so you can be sure you’ll get the highest quality the industry has to offer!

If you’re looking for the best bathroom remodeling in Olathe, you just got lucky!

You’ll get:

Get Started On The Upgrade You Deserve The Most

It costs you nothing to request a quote or talk directly to John, the owner of Mortise & Miter, today! Click the button below for a free quote, or let’s discuss your upcoming project at (913) 214-6211.

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