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Overland Remodeling has been designing, building & remodeling beautiful bathrooms all across Los Angeles for more than 15 years. Your dream bathroom starts with a click.

Your Latest Bathroom

A fresh start to your day

At Overland Remodeling, we understand that your bathroom is the space where you normally start your day as well as the space where you come to unwind at night. Understanding your dream design as well as your ideal use of the space will help us create your dream bathroom that you will enjoy for many years to come.

Let’s design your dream bathroom.

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Working with Overland Remodeling & Builders means working with a company you can count on to create the bathroom you’ve always wanted. We offer unparalleled attention to detail and quality. We’re passionate about fulfilling your vision and giving you the aesthetic you desire. What’s more, we’re a green-conscious builder that uses green building materials and strives to use eco-friendly products and design as much as possible. More than anything, though, it’s our visual results that speak volumes. Look through our portfolio of past projects.

Remodeling your bathroom is not something you’ll be doing every year, so you want to make sure it’s done the right way the first time. To have a long-lasting bathroom with minimal maintenance you need long-lasting materials. It helps to think green — this is Shahar’s expertise. Shahar brings his personal eco-friendly philosophy to every project to create a winning combination of durability, beauty and quality in every aspect of your bathroom remodel.

Green remodeling is guaranteed to reduce energy costs in the kitchen, now and in the long term. Those energy savings will help to offset any higher initial costs over time. Installing high-efficiency appliances, solid wood cabinets and solid slab counter tops are just a few of the ways you can go green in your kitchen. When consulting with your bathroom designer, we will be able to make recommendations that will suit your needs and lifestyle.

When you’re contemplating a bathroom remodel, it’s normal to look at the latest trends online or in other homes for ideas — but before jumping on the current wave, make sure you’ve thought about what you truly want for your bathroom. Ask yourself how long you plan to stay in your home: If it’s for more than five years, you want to make decisions based on your personal taste and needs. Do you want a luxury master bath? Does the guest bath need an update in order to accommodate friends who visit often? If, on the other hand, you’re planning to put it back on the market within five years, you want to think about what most buyers want. Will it be worthwhile to totally gut and redo the kitchen? Or would it be smarter to make smaller cosmetic updates so you more easily recoup costs? Ask yourself how much value you stand to get back, and weigh these costs carefully.

The thing about a lot of trends is they fade fast. So talk to us about what trends have the best return before you decide which to use. From granite countertops to pedestal sinks, some updates have major staying power, and we can help you think through options accordingly. Our founder Shahar Giladi works with you one on one to evaluate where you want to spend money. He will help you weigh your personal style against long-term value to make sure you get the most out of your remodel possible. Then, you can ensure your new bathrooms will feature the quality and functionality that you’re looking for.

Shahar Giladi’s building philosophy, apart from his passion for green homebuilding, is “Quality. Period.” Whatever your specific bathroom remodeling needs may be, Overland Remodeling will help you accomplish your goals with this simple, yet sincere philosophy at the forefront of every task. Contact us to learn more!



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