We asked ReBath of Austin to renovate, modernize, and make beautiful two bathrooms in our hill country home west of Austin. The Master Bath [$6K project] needed new porcelain flooring, new granite countertop, new Delta champagne bronze faucet sets, new handmade hickory cabinets and medicine chest, and new framed mirror. We ordered ourselves two new triplet Justice Design lighting sets, plus cabinet knobs and drawer pulls, which ReBath installed. The Guest Bath [$24K project] needed an inside wall removed, new travertine flooring, tub removed and replaced by a ForzaStone open shower with a super spray faucet, dual sink counter removed and replaced by single integrated sink in Onyx countertop, new oak cabinets and medicine chest, and new Delta venetian bronze faucet. We ordered ourselves quadruplet line and pendant Murray Reiss lighting fixtures, as well as cabinet knobs and drawer pulls, which ReBath installed. They also replaced the wooden baseboards in both rooms, and repaired the walls where items were removed. The project went beautifully, with very professional salesman [Tony Laudadio, who came to our home in the first week, filmed and measured everything, calculated with his IPad, and gave us a firm cost, with a free flooring flyer discount], Josh Agrelius [scheduling], Matt Wallace [project manager], as well as Jason Duane and Christina in the Austin office -- all providing information, advice, and assistance over a two-and-one-half month period, from initial call and visit through final installation. The main work was done in a week-and-a-half stretch by two very skilled tradesmen from South Austin, who were courteous, competent, clean, dependable, helpful with decisions and changes, as well as very appreciative of our hospitality. There were no added costs, even when we made changes in fixtures and flowing choices. When they finished -- meeting the deadline that ReBath had set two months earlier -- we then chose our own paints and completed our renovations in the next week. We wondered about the price and how Tony did the estimate, since his work order just listed the materials that we had chosen. When I asked for a detailed list of item and labor costs, they sent only a list of rough combined material and labor costs for each of the rooms. When I noted that some folks on Angie's List had noted somewhat "high costs," ReBath stated that the costs were actually reasonable, consistent with the high quality of materials and workmanship. I found that to be true, as best I can tell. We actually could not be happier with the beautiful outcome!!! We had lots of choices for shower and floor materials, in both color and substance. Given the small samples that Tony could bring to our home, we found it most helpful to go twice to the ReBath office on Howard Lane in North Austin to see larger and more varied samples, as well as model displays, in picking our shower stone walls and flooring [at Tony's suggestion, we visited Floors and Décor warehouse on Braker Lane to see their huge offering, before choosing a different more dramatic flooring there for the Master Bath]. The materials and colors that we chose, with some advice from Tony and Matt, turned out great - many shades of browns to greys in the wood and granite, with striking contrast in the dark bronze fixtures. And removing the dividing wall in the Guest Bath, as Tony suggested, made a huge difference in the open feeling, so well implemented by the two craftsmen who did all the work. We are grateful to the whole ReBath of Austin team, and we highly recommend them to our friends and others.