Bathroom Remodels


Kaminskiy Design and Remodeling specializes in custom bathroom remodeling in San Diego, CA. We’ve worked on countless home renovations in La Jolla, Rancho Bernardo, Poway, and surrounding areas. Our many years of experience guarantee your home improvement projects will run efficiently and on time.

The bathroom, like the kitchen, is one of the most important sections of the home. Before you renovate, you need to find a bathroom remodeling company you can trust. You also need a company that checks every box and strives to surpass expectations.

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Custom Designed Bathroom Remodeling in San Diego

Kaminskiy Design and Remodeling’s commitment to quality home renovation shows in all our work. We offer full-service bathroom design and remodeling and strive to exceed our customer’s expectations. Our experienced designers make sure your custom bath remodel is exactly what you want to a tee!

When you hire us for your remodel, you are guaranteed that:


  • We design the perfect bathroom to fit your lifestyle and the latest trends.
  • All our employees are selected for experience, training, and courtesy.
  • We never add any hidden fees.
  • You receive a detailed contract before the work begins.
  • You know the start and completion date of your project.
  • We meet your special requests.
  • You receive a one-of-a-kind, personalized service.
  • We will complete your project on time and on budget.

At Kaminskiy Design and Remodeling, we offer services that you can count on. When you need an affordable, professional remodel for your San Diego bath, look no further than us!

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The Bathroom Remodeling Process

Every renovation is as unique as a fingerprint. There are also general steps that apply to every remodel. We’ve created a step-by-step guide so you can see what your San Diego custom bathroom renovation will look like.


  • In-Home Consultation. We work together to get an understanding of what your general remodel will look like.
  • Design and Bid Presentation. We go over your ideas and come up with a unique and custom remodel that caters to your wants and needs.
  • Remodel Plans and Permits. Using state-of-the-art computer imaging, we generate the exact end look of your space. We also seek any necessary permits from the city.
  • Demolition. We remove the old toilet, sink, bath, and cabinets to begin the remodeling process.
  • Construction. We install new fixtures, fix wiring issues, install new pipes, and make other repairs. We also apply our discussed design during this phase and ensure your bathroom makeover is everything you want it to be!
  • Enjoy your new bathroom! Once we ensure proper installation and cleanliness, it’s ready to use!

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Bathroom Additions

Avoid the pains of waiting in line to shower or brush your teeth in the morning. Enhance your quality of life with an extra bathroom! A full bath adds value to your home, so when it comes time to sell, you’ll be looking at an increase in property value. All the homeowners we have worked with were ecstatic with their addition. Increase your home value and the quality of your life by setting up an appointment with us today! We also offer universal design and master bath remodels.


Kid-Safe Design

If you have very young children running around the home, you always want to ensure their safety. Home accidents are preventable with an updated flooring and child-proof bathroom design.

Bathmats can only prevent slippage in specific areas. Install slip-resistant flooring to protect your children anywhere in the space. Textured stone tile and ceramic flooring are also great for preventing slips.

Small children often have a tough time seeing above the counter or stepping into a bathtub. Small plastic stools may not stay in place very well, but installing steps is a simple solution. A lift-out step attached to a drawer or cabinet under the sink is more durable and reliable for preventing falls. A mounted step into the basin, as well as a rail to hold on to can also make it easier for them to climb in and out. Other things to consider include:

  • Choosing faucets and handles that are easy to use and rounded with no sharp corners or edges.
  • Adding more storage with locking cabinets to keep dangerous items out of reach.
  • Using wainscoting to protect your drywall from excessive splashing.
  • A simple shower remodel or installing a kid-friendly shower door that allows your kids to easily step in and out without hassle.

Bathroom Ventilation Tips

Maintain a clean and healthy space by keeping mold and mildew from flourishing in your space. Proper ventilation is a necessary part of the bath remodeling process. The size and type of shower you’re installing affects the number of fans needed.

If your space is 100 sq. feet or less, one fan placed above or near the shower is suffice. The fan would need to be capable of 100 CFM (cubic feet of air moved) per minute.

If your space is larger than 100 sq. feet, it’s recommended to install additional ones. The fan size the shower needs depends on the type. if it’s a walk-in stall, then 50 CFM would work. If it’s a shower and bathtub, you’ll need one that approaches 100 CFM, especially if the space is large. A window, if possible, would also help with air ventilation.

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Bathroom Plumbing

The most difficult part of a bathroom renovation is configuring the plumbing. Sinks, showers, and toilets all need it. There are the typical hot and cold lines that they use as well. However, whirlpool tubs need different sets of pipes and plumbing structure. Discuss what options are best for you with your custom bathroom contractor! You want to pick lines that are durable and won’t need repairs for years to come.

Most contractors are moving away from copper lines and transitioning to cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) pipes. These types of lines are much more flexible with similar durability. PEX pipes come with a 25-year warranty and allow you to maximize your budget.


Pros and Cons of Low Flow Toilets

Low flow toilets are a big focus in bath remodels to ensure energy efficiency. On average, low-flow toilets use about half the gallons per flush as normal toilets. But are they a better alternative?

The big problem with low flow toilets is that one flush may not always be enough. Having to flush twice defeats the purpose. We recommend using a dual-flush toilet. These have two options for flush capacity, depending on how much you need to flush. These will allow you to use about a half-gallon more per flush when necessary.


Space-Saving Design

As much as a large bathroom would be nice, sometimes space is limited. Extra towels, toiletries and cleaning products all need a storage spot. Wall-mounted cabinets or shelving can help in this regard.
Mounting holders inside cabinets save space and keep your things organized. Toothbrushes, cosmetics, and razors can all hang on the wall. This allows the actual shelves and drawers to have space for larger items. A well-organized room makes all the difference, especially for smaller ones, like powder rooms.


Common Mistakes In A Bath Remodel

There are many common pitfalls when remodeling your bathroom. For example, if plumbing or ventilation are done incorrectly, you will need to make expensive repairs later. 

Here are a few mistakes new remodelers make:


  • More does not mean better – A bathroom remodel should simplify the room and make
  • More does not mean better – A bathroom remodel should simplify the room and make life easier. We’ve mentioned the importance of saving space. It’s important not to add too much clutter.
  • Poor lighting – Improper placement or inadequate lighting make preparing for the day difficult.
  • No natural light — Natural light is very important for creating a spa-like atmosphere. If a window isn’t an option, get creative and put in a skylight. The space is one of the first places you go to in the morning. Bringing in natural light allows you to wake up to a more peaceful ambience.
  • Toilet as the main focus – The toilet shouldn’t be the first thing you see in the room. Small spaces make this less avoidable, but there are plenty of designs that highlight other sections.
  • Bad sealing – Leaks are the last thing you’ll want to deal with after investing so much time and money into the remodel. Make sure all tiles, appliances, drains, and pipes are sealed shut and properly in place.


When you’re ready for a bath remodel in your San Diego home, trust the experts and bathroom remodeling contractors at Kaminskiy Design & Remodeling. We’ll put our experience and knowledge to create the perfect bathroom of your dreams. Call 858.206.9464 to set up your design consultation today!