Harwick Homes completes Master Bath Remodel in Estuary at Grey Oaks

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Harwick Homes announced the completion of a master bath renovation project for private clients in Estuary at Grey Oaks. Harwick began building custom homes in the community nearly 20 years ago and maintains a dedicated presence in this prestigious Naples enclave, continuing to remodel residences in its various neighborhoods.

According to Harwick Homes Vice President Shane Klepko, the clients, who originally contracted Harwick to build the residence in 2006, were ready for an update to modernize the look and the finishes of the master bath.

This four-month project consisted of a complete removal of all finishes, including the flooring, cabinetry, countertops, plumbing fixtures, and wall treatments. Renovations also included a new shower configuration, new ceiling design, and new decorative wall niches, as well as all new finishes.

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Harwick Homes Undertakes Six Projects in Bonita Bay

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Harwick Homes has announced the completion and/or progression of six residential remodeling projects during 2019 in the Bonita Bay community. The company also completed one new construction home in the community and will soon begin construction on two new homes. A custom home builder and remodeling company in Bonita Bay for more than 25 years, Harwick Homes has built and remodeled more than 200 residences to date within the community.

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Harwick Homes presents a Bonita Bay remodeling dream come true

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Harwick Homes has announced a unique building opportunity within the award-winning community of Bonita Bay located at 27310 Oak Knoll Drive. Adhering to recent changes to the Florida building code, Harwick Homes has announced the opportunity to remodel a lakefront property in Bonita Bay that stands well above the flood elevation level. Being above the flood elevation level makes it more economical and logical to remodel this property, adding to its value while retaining the current structure. Read More