Locally Based in Utah

Bath Crest Bathroom Solutions provides bathroom remodeling contractor services to customers living not only in the Salt Lake City area, but also Utah, Tooele, Davis, and Weber counties.

Over 39 Years of Experience

Since 1979, Bath Crest has been providing bathroom solutions in the Northern Utah area. Starting first in tub resurfacing, services have expanded to all aspects of a full bathroom remodel.

Licensed & Insured Contractor

Not all remodelers are the same. The difference – one is licensed, bonded, and insured, the other isn’t. It does matter in your decisions of who you choose.

“Bath Crest is top notch! They are easy to work with and their customer service is fantastic! The products they use and the work they do are all 5 star quality and I highly recommend them to anyone. You can't find a better company to do your job! Everyone I talked to was wonderful and helpful. You will love the excellent work they do and feel like your remodel is the best !”

Teresa Swensen

“Bath Crest did an awesome job on my bathroom remodel. I am impressed with their workmanship but especially impressed with the professionalism shown by their staff. They were extremely helpful in answering my questions and providing ideas with no pressure. The staff were so considerate when they were in my home. They arrived when they said they would and kept me informed on how the work was progressing, what they were doing and what was next. I was especially impressed with the way they cared for my home, covering the carpet and cleaning up. Great job, awesome!”

Linda Whitney

What We Do

Bath Crest has been a bathroom remodel expert in Salt Lake City, Utah, for nearly 40 years. As an industry leader, we provide a broad range of services to make your renovation experience as seamless as possible.  Our bathroom remodeling contractors can accommodate all levels of customization to facilitate your unique project, budget, and timeline. Whether you are looking to have a completely custom luxury shower remodel or you’d simply like to refresh the fixtures in a small powder room, our designers and contractors are up to the task.

Popular Products & Services

Some of our most popular products include walk-in showers and, tubs, vanities, faucets, toilets and countertops. We also offer beautiful tilework to give your shower remodel or bathroom walls a one-of-a-kind look. When desired, our ADA compliance experts will create the perfect space for those seeking specialty features and layouts. Making your home as comfortable as possible for yourself and loved ones is our number one goal.

Our History

Since our humble beginnings in 1979 refinishing bathtubs, the Bath Crest team has managed to serve thousands of happy families across northern Utah transform one of the most important rooms in the home. Serving the greater Salt Lake area, we invite you to schedule a consultation with one of our expert bathroom remodeling contractors today and we will have a scope of work planned for you in no time.

Bathroom Remodeling

A new bathroom design gives your bathroom the uplift and refreshing your bathroom needs. While increasing the value of your home, you also increase your comfort, satisfaction, and enjoyment of features you have selected.

Bathtubs

Tired of that old worn out bath tub that is impossible to clean? Then it is time to upgrade it by replacing it with a new tub or with an acrylic bathtub liner.

Walk-in Showers

Upgrading your shower can be the single most important step to improve bathroom safety and comfort.

Walk-in Tubs

Remodeling your bathroom for safety is one of the greatest investments you can make in your health, well-being, and future independence.

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News Articles

March 3, 2020 in Bathroom Remodeling

5 Bathroom Remodeling Trends for 2020

It’s the beginning of a new decade, which means it’s time for a new you – and a new house renovation or two. This year, take the time to update your home so it can live up to its full potential in every single way. Thanks to their typically manageable sizes and the plethora of design options available, bathrooms are often the easiest and most effective places to start bringing your home into the new decade. Check out these five up-to-date trends that can easily be used to transform even the smallest, dingiest bathroom in your home: 1. Open Showers The best way to make a small, cramped bathroom look bigger and bolder is adding open elements, especially when it comes to the shower. Most outdated homes come with a shower attached to an alcove tub as a means of providing homeowners with as much function as possible. Still, this appliance takes up a whopping 15 square feet of bathroom space, which can be a serious design disaster for bathrooms already struggling with space issues. Investing in a little open shower replacement helps you free up nearly half of that space in many cases, allowing you more design freedom and more elbow room in the future. 2. Go the Extra Mile on Fittings As is the case with nearly everything in the design world, the devil is in the details when you’re remodeling a bathroom. Outdated or worn-out fixtures can make or break your bathroom, so exchanging them for something…

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January 8, 2020 in Bathroom Remodeling, Blog

6 Signs Your Bathroom Needs to be Updated

Leaks, drips, slips, stains and more – your bathroom deals with a lot of challenges on a daily basis. You can clean up, but over time these incidents build up alongside outdated appliances and other problems to make your bathroom less than beautiful – and even less than completely functional, in some cases. It’s crucial to keep your bathroom up-to-date in order to keep your home value at its best, to keep your bathroom a space you and others enjoy using and to generally give you peace of mind. If you’ve noticed any of these 6 signs in your bathroom, it may be time to take that step and invest in a full bathroom remodel in the near future: 1. Leaky Appliances Leaking sinks, tubs, showers or toilets are a surefire sign that your appliances are outdated or damaged and need some serious repairs or replacements. It’s easy to ignore minor leaks and simply pretend they don’t exist, but this has some serious consequences. A single leak dripping at a rate of one drip per second could waste a whopping 90 gallons of water per day, which is a huge burden on both your water bill and your environmental footprint. Furthermore, overlooked leaks have the power to ruin subflooring in your bathroom, which leads to a wide range of other issues. 2. Your Appliances Aren’t Efficient Even old homes have to adhere to rules, and your toilet is no exception. As of 1992, toilets everywhere are supposed to use no…

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January 8, 2020 in Bathroom Remodeling

4 Reasons to Ditch Your Tub

For decades, the image of relaxing in a tub surrounded by candles after a long day of work has been used to sell deep, luxurious tubs in houses of all shapes and sizes. However, when was the last time you happened to soak in a tub for hours on end? If you’re like millions of other adults, the odds are that you haven’t actually used your tub in months or even years. Over time, tubs have become obsolete to the average adult, and this is something you should keep in mind during your next bathroom remodel. No matter what your realtor has to say on the subject, it’s time to ditch your tub and get the bathroom you truly deserve. Here are some reasons why you should consider replacing your tub with a walk-in shower: 1. Maximize Your Space As concerns about efficiency and organization grow, people are beginning to realize that it’s crucial to maximize space in every part of your home. This is especially important when it comes to the bathroom, which, apart from closets, are often the smallest areas in any home. Tubs are by far the biggest space-grabbers in these rooms. The average tub takes 13 square feet of space, which can be a considerable amount in many modern bathrooms – almost half, in some cases. Most walk-in showers, on the other hand, only take up around 9 square feet of space, giving you far more room for storage, moving around, and even décor. Not to…

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