Come to our new brand new showroom to see ideas for your bathroom!
To better serve you, BathMasters has expanded in to a new 20,000 square foot production warehouse that includes a 6,000 square foot showroom!
The new showroom is one of the largest bathroom showrooms in the entire United States, and it is packed with outstanding design ideas, over 20 bathroom displays, and everything we could think of to make designing YOUR perfect bathroom a breeze!
From tile to plumbing fixtures, from grout-free showers to free-standing tubs, from designer cabinetry to custom counter tops, we are truly a one-stop-shop for ALL of your bathroom remodeling needs.
Same Great Team… Same Great Quality… Awesome New Showroom!
8110 Ulmerton Road
Largo, FL 33771
Check out this great article we were featured in on FOXbusiness.com!
Up 3 percent from January 2016, construction spending in 2017 totaled $1.180 trillion Opens a New Window. (seasonally adjusted annual rate). Between March 2016 and March 2017, private residential construction increased by 5.9 percent, while multifamily residential construction jumped 9 percent year-over-year. Additionally, there is a potential boost in demand for construction that will support broader economic growth as the president calls for new legislation that will provide $1 trillion in investments to rebuild aging infrastructure.
Here's another great article we were featured in that covers what's happening with employment in the construction industry. We solve this problem by providing our own in-house training and apprenticeship to qualified, but inexperienced new hires.
Check it out on KDMiner.com https://kdminer.com/news/2017/may/30/local-construction-industry-struggling-higher-dema/ or below:
Sara Gott was on her hands and knees grouting tile at a new home under construction on Meadowbrook Lane, not an easy job, but a steady one.
“It beats sitting behind a desk,” Gott said Friday, just a few weeks into her latest career.
The National Association of Home Builders would like to find more like her. The association estimates that some 200,000 home construction jobs are waiting to be filled in the United States, an 81 percent increase over the past two years.
We were on the news again! Car slams into our new building... but, everyone is okay!
I was telling one of my guys to get out of the way because I saw the guy driving over the curb coming right at our front door.
With only seconds to spare, employees at a Largo business jump out of the way as a car slams into this building.
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The bathroom renovation company in Largo, doing some renovations of their own after an SUV plows right into their building. It just slammed into the building today. And this is the scene at the BathMasters on Ulmerton Road this afternoon. Good bit of damage there. FHP tells us the driver Michael Shane Mandell was trying to change lanes when he hit another vehicle then ran off the road and into the building.
Troopers did cite him with careless driving.
Check out this article we were featured in for Contractor Supply Magazine!
Construction job openings grow 81 percent but where are the workers?
Industry faces severe lack of skilled professionals.
A significant decline in the number of experienced construction workers is wrecking the construction industry at a time when there is an increased need for higher output. BathMasters founder Greg Norman notes the critical need for construction workers to stay healthy and remain in the field for as long as possible so they can teach the next generation the tools of the trade.
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Up 3 percent from January 2016, construction spending in 2017 totaled $1.180 trillion (seasonally adjusted annual rate). Between March 2016 and March 2017, private residential construction increased by 5.9 percent, while multifamily residential construction jumped 9 percent year-over-year. Additionally, there is a potential boost in demand for construction that will support broader economic growth as the president calls for new legislation that will provide $1 trillion in investments to rebuild aging infrastructure.
Recently featured on ForConstructionPros.com!
81% Boost in Construction Jobs But Industry Lacking Experienced Workers
Significant decline in the number of experienced construction workers is wrecking the construction industry at a time when there is an increased need for higher output.
The National Association of Home Builders estimates that in the U.S., there are currently approximately 200,000 construction job openings waiting to be filled, which is an 81% increase over the past two years. BathMasters founder Greg Norman sees first-hand how this labor shortage is plaguing the construction industry.