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Bathroom Renovations2019-04-02T05:00:40+00:00

Is your bathroom dated and in need of some stylish updating? Or perhaps you require a bathroom to be added to your home and are struggling with design and layout ideas? No matter your need, Apollo Improvements is here to help. Talk to us, today, about bringing your bathroom into the 21st century. We are the experts in bathroom renovations. At Apollo Improvements, we specialise in home improvements and renovations and are well known in the industry as being a leading Perth-based bathroom renovation company.

From the updating of a small guest bathroom, fixing up a current, old apartment bathroom, to adding contemporary flair and creative renovation to your master bathroom, Apollo Improvements, guarantees impeccable design and quality workmanship for any bathroom renovation project.

We specialise in home improvement and renovations focusing on:

Whether you need renovations done to one or more bathrooms of a large, family home or a smaller apartment bathroom renovation project; our team of professional builders and artisans are able to transform any drab, under-utilised space into a modern, stylish masterpiece.

Wondering whether we can help with smaller jobs such as bathroom waterproofing in Perth? Absolutely. If you have major waterproofing issues that a simple grout seal won’t fix, or even a damp problem that needs an expert opinion, ask Apollo Improvements for a no obligation, free quotation to get to the root of the problem and have it fixed.

Thanks to our thorough attention to detail and dedication to the highest levels of customer service possible, Apollo Improvements is your one-stop shop when it comes to building and renovations in Perth. No project is too big or too small for us.

If you can dream it, we can create it. Contact Apollo Improvements, the home renovation specialists for a free quotation, today.

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