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If the 80’s are calling and they want their bathroom back, you need

Bathroom Designs by Justin Dorsey Plumbing!

Got pink tile, gross grout, or outdated Formica countertops?

Are you coping with a bathroom that desperately needs a second sink and more elbow room?

Maybe the beautiful house you just purchased has carpet by the shower that’s gotten wet one too many times (unbelievably, we still see this!).

Whatever your bathroom design needs are, Bathroom Designs by Justin Dorsey Plumbing is here to help you take your bathroom from Eew! to Wow!

Indianapolis Bathroom Renovation Packages:

Simple shower or bathtub remodel

Simple shower or bathtub remodel = $9,000 or less

Complete hall bath

Complete hall-bath (5x8) remodel = $10-20k

Bathroom Renovation Indianapolis | Justin Dorsey Plumbing

Master bath with double vanity = $15-25k

Luxury Bathroom

Luxury master bath = $25k+

Indianapolis Bathroom Remodeling

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FAQs

Our remodel process begins when you select your package and fixtures. Once you determine everything you would like for the project, you will receive a solid bid. From there, your project is able to get started!

We are very prudent with our time. We want to have the time and resources to complete each job to the highest standards; therefore, we limit the number of jobs we work on simultaneously to make sure nothing falls through the cracks.

Yes, our technicians and contractors are fully licensed, bonded, and insured.

Depending on your location, you may need to get a permit for your remodel to make sure it’s up to code. Our team will help you determine whether you need a permit, and, if so, will obtain the permit and provide it to you prior to starting work on your project.

We offer financing through Hearth. They are a great resource to fund your projects. Once the final number has been presented, we take a 20% deposit to begin ordering materials. The rest happens from there!

The crying baby is Justin Dorsey’s grandson, Walker Dorsey, when he was just 3 months old. His mom, Ariane Dorsey says the now-infamous photo happened unintentionally while trying to get a photo of him to mark his three-month milestone.

Our owner, Justin Dorsey, says customer research is what led him to use the crying-baby image in the logo. According to the research, approximately 70 percent of home purchases involving plumbing work are influenced by women, and they didn’t like ads that featured pictures of trucks and plumbers. They did, however, like the image of a crying baby because it represented how people feel when they have plumbing problems.

Get in touch today to start designing a bathroom that will make you say, “Ahhh...” not “Argh!”