Typical bathroom remodeling projects (includes full gut and removal) take 3-6 weeks to complete depending on size of the project. Of course, this can vary based on the size and complexity of your space.
Our installation usually includes the work of both these categories, but as always, if you are loyal to someone in particular, we are happy to coordinate our services with theirs.
We have two showrooms which are both over 3,000 square feet each! We have a wide variety of products on display in each showroom including, but not limited to, flooring, cabinetry, hardware, glass shower doors, shower and tub units, toilets, vanities, plumbing fixtures, and lighting.
No, we do not. BUT, we do offer full remodeling services! If you have an existing structure, we can fully gut the space and rework it to fully meet your needs. We can and frequently do rearrange interior walls (as long as it is structurally safe to do so of course!) to meet your design and lifestyle expectations.
On average, a full gut and remodel of an average-sized kitchen take 5-6 weeks. We strive to avoid unforeseen circumstances as much as possible, but sometimes you never know what you will find when removing flooring and walls. We will work within your schedules to have the job completed as soon as possible. Until it is finished, get a stock pile of paper plates and take-out menus!
Cyr Lumber has a wide variety of selections and products for any of your home remodeling projects. We have siding, roofing, decking, flooring, cabinetry, lighting, plumbing, windows, doors, and much more!
Yes! We will deliver your kitchen and bath products to you when you are ready for them. On occasion, we have to charge delivery for something exceedingly far away. Also, if delivering to Massachusetts, there is a sales tax applied. We hate to do it, but it's the law!
Both showrooms are open 7 days a week, and are open until 7 p.m. most nights. For a full listing of our hours, contact us.
Cyr Lumber & Home Center has been a family owned and operated business since 1984. The Cyr Kitchen and Bath Division has been around since the early 1990s and was updated & expanded in 2006.
No, you need not be home during the entire project. However, we do require a code to enter the home or a lock box on the door with a key. This insures that no matter what the schedule is like for the day, our installers can make progress on your project to complete it in a timely manner. You may want to be home during template and installation of your countertops. This can be essential in mapping out any specific needs or details with such a "solid" part of the project. Our vendors will work to comply with your schedule as much as possible.
Cyr Lumber can offer as little or as much as you need to complete your project. We have in-house installers that will bring your project from old to new with complete demo to finishing trim work and painting. We demo, install, tile, paint, fit plumbing and electrical, and even do complex finish work. Already working with a contractor? That's OK too!
Great news: our designs and estimates are always free. We want you to know that we are invested in amazing you with our initial designs and ideas from the start! After an extended amount of time of back and forth designs and changes with a designer, your designer may request a small design fee which is applied to your future remodel purchase.
We have seven different kitchen cabinet lines. Cabico, DeWils, Espresso, Plain & Fancy, Yorktowne, and Wolf. We also carry a variety of bathroom vanity lines.
Lead time can vary from company to company, but expect 4-8 weeks depending on the amount of cabinetry and again, the company from which they were ordered. Most companies send a definitely shipping confirmation with the week your product will be delivered. Just keep an open mind with this because weather can always delay shipments--Especially here in New England!
The short answer is no. Our installer's schedules are very tight, and depending on how quickly a job is complete will dictate where they go each day. We try to have some sort of progress going on daily, but this is not always possible. Your designer will communicate to you when you can expect work to be going on, or not.