Renovate for Less- Near Town Center Mall
Atlanta's #1 Bathroom Vanity Outlet
Why Renovate for Less?
- Over 600 Bath Vanities In-Stock
- 3 Metro Atlanta Locations
- Custom Top and Paint Options
- Great Customer Service
Kennesaw In-Store Inventory
Ethan Roth Vanities
All Wood Furniture Grade Bathroom Vanity Cabinets with Dovetail Drawer Construction, Built-in Electric Outlets, and High End Slow-close/Soft-close Hinges and Glides.
Ethan Roth Bath Vanity Collection
Vanity Brands We Sell
What Makes Renovate For Less Better
Special Orders- James Martin Bath Vanity
Henna S. | Google Review
Great customer service! I was able to find just what I needed quickly...I told them what color scheme, size, and price range that I was looking for and was able to find just what I wanted so fast. They also loaded it into my van for me too. I'm so happy with my purchase. I did shop at Lowe's and home Depot, but wasn't crazy about their selection. Their prices are very reasonable for the quality of their merchandise.
Samantha A. | Google Review
Sam and his staff were 10/10. From the moment we walked in, they were extremely friendly, attentive, and knowledgeable. We bought a vanity and they helped load it in our car like it was their own precious cargo. Sam took the time to explain in detail how we needed to handle the marble top to ensure it didn’t break during travel. Couldn’t say enough wonderful things about these guys!
Roman P. | Google Review
This place is a great find. Great stuff for a very good price. Buy a higher end cabinets and more for ikea, Lowe's and home depot prices. So many things to update the house, just wow. The two brothers who own the place provide great service and advice.
In-Stock Faucets & Fixtures
Stand Alone Tubs & Shower Glass
Bathroom Vanity Cabinets Showroom Kennesaw
600+ Bathroom Vanity Cabinets in-Stock! 3 Showrooms-Kennesaw/Roswell/Norcross
One of Atlanta's widest selections of in stock builders surplus materials, discount clearance bathroom vanities near / vanity cabinets, faucets, tubs, toilets, tile, & lighting. We sell clearance overstock liquidation home improvement builder surplus Atlanta materials 25-60 percent below retail. We are also authorized dealers of James Martin Furniture, Kube Bath products, Delta Faucet, Anzzi, and Moreno Bath lines of products and are able to special order anything off of their sites. Our Home Center Outlet, Home Depot is OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, so whether you need a deal on vanities, faucets, mirrors, or toilets- come stretch your dollars further today! Come on down to the Renovate for Less Outlet in Kennesaw, Roswell, or Norcross GA- for all the Atlantans looking for clearance all solid wood bathroom vanities near me in stock!
Complete your bath vanity project with the right bathroom faucet. Plus, look for bathroom hardware that matches your new vanity. You’ll also find a variety of bathroom lighting options and bathroom accessories to really make your bathroom shine. Stop by your local The Renovate for Less Outlet store and one of our associates would be happy to answer your bathroom vanity questions. Check out our buying guide for more helpful tips on how to choose the best bathroom vanities and sinks for your home.home bars.
What We Offer:
We are one of Atlanta's premier reseller/Depot and wholesalers of clearance/discount bathroom cabinets and bathroom accessories liquidation inventories. We strive to find the best deals on builder surplus, overstock, liquidation, and surplus building supply- all solid wood bathroom sinks/vanity cabinets, faucets, tubs, possible to pass along to our US-based end customers. At a broader level, we look to share our procurement expertise with global retail partners. Through our local home center builders surplus Atlanta outlet in Kennesaw, Roswell, or Norcross GA, we sell overstock liquidation bathroom and kitchen remodeling materials. By buying truck loads of overstock liquidation merchandise, we are able to get rock bottom pricing that we are able to pass on to our clients. Our customers are always seeking builders surplus materials, clearance bathroom vanity / sink cabinets, toilets, tubs, tile, mirrors, lighting, and faucets. The Renovate for Less Outlet in Roswell Ga. is open to walk in shoppers 6 days a week. Walk ins are always welcome 10:30-6:00 at our Home Center Depot Store.
Our Global Vision:
As developing economies continue to emerge and grow, the need for high quality builders surplus liquidation inventory will continue to increase. We look to become the premier brand in the global liquidation ecosystem- becoming known for excellent customer care, highest quality products/services, and continuous innovation! We aim to grow into a global power-house servicing global businesses with inventory from anywhere to anywhere.
Our Local Vision:
Through our US based Home Center Store- Renovate for Less Outlet, our goal is to deliver world class customer service, excellent value, and a wide selection of premium choices for everyday fair value! Whether our client is seeking the latest James Martin Furniture designer white double bath vanity cabinet with Carrara marble top, or a modern Kube Bath wall hung single vanity cabinet with glass top and vessel sink, we aim to please!
Our Bathroom Supply Showroom/Depot is open to the local public and we proudly Serve the Metro Atlanta, Alpharetta, Johns Creek, Roswell, Marietta, North Fulton, East Cobb, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Canton, Woodstock, Cumming, Buckhead, Norcross, Duluth, Acworth and More.
Bathroom Vanities Brands We Carry:
James Martin Furniture (Authorized Dealer)
Ethan Roth (Authorized Dealer)
Home Decorators Collection
Our mission is to serve our customers with such sincerity, honesty, and fidelity that our service will make the home improvement and building process enjoyable, exciting, and most importantly- mutually beneficial. We are a value-driven, customer-centric business who believes in strong relationships, taking care of the customer, exceptional service, and lasting trust.
About Bathroom Vanities
The bathroom vanity is one of the key focal points of any bathroom. Add style and functionality to your space with a new bathroom vanity from Renovate for Less Bathroom Vanities Outlet. Whether you’re looking for a double-sink vanity or a single-sink vanity, a bathroom vanity with a top or without – we have you covered with a variety of sizes, colors and styles to fit your spending budget and functional needs. Free shipping on all James Martin Bathroom Vanities- to our Roswell or Norcross GA stores.
How Do I Choose a Bathroom Vanity?
One of the biggest considerations in choosing the right bathroom vanity for you is size (width/depth/height). You want a bath cabinet that meets your needs and still provides you plenty of room to freely maneuver around your space. Vanities are available in a wide selection of widths – from 18 inches wide to 30-inches, and all the way up to 72 inches wide or even wider. Typical bathroom vanity depths are 22 inches although they can range from 15-24 inches, while the average height is about 30-35 inches. At Renovate for Less Outlet, you can design a custom-built bathroom vanity with the size, look, color and choices you desire.
Types, Genres and Styles of Bathroom Vanity Cabinets
There is no shortage of selection when it comes to types of bathroom vanities in our showrooms. Double-sink bath vanities are a good choice for master bathrooms, where you have a little more space to fill with multiple concurrent users. A single-sink bathroom vanity might be just the right size for your half-bath, jack and Jill, or powder room. Corner vanities can also help solve your limited space problem, if layout is a challenge. If you like more of a traditional look, you might choose a freestanding furniture grade bathroom vanity. A wall hung floating bathroom vanity is a popular option for a modern-look bathroom. It mounts directly on to the wall and makes the restroom feel more upscale.
With so many bathroom vanity options, you’re sure to find "the one" that matches your personal flavor and your home’s style. From transitional bathroom vanities to rustic farmhouse bathroom vanities, Modern vanities to aged industrial bathroom vanities – there are plenty of awesome styles of vanities for your bathroom in out Roswell and Norcross, Ga showrooms.
Color is another important factor to consider for your space. Are you looking specifically for a cool color like a white or grey/gray bathroom vanity? Perhaps you want a black bathroom vanity for a fresh, modern look. From Blue bathroom vanities to stained rustic and many colors in between, you are sure to find what you are searching for here at the Renovate for Less Outlet in Roswell or Norcross, Ga.
Bathroom Vanities with Tops or Without Tops
As you’re shopping for the best bathroom vanity for your space, remember that it may or may not come with a vanity top. Many customers go straight for the bathroom vanities with tops for speed/peace of mind. That’s one less decision you have to make later, right? Bathroom vanity sets come with the cabinet base and the vanity top included.
Purchasing a bathroom vanity without a top allows you more freedom to create a different look. Look for a top with single, centerset, or widespread pre-drilled holes. Consider the material of the bathroom vanity top- Quartz, Marble, Granite, or Quartzite tops. Renovate for Less has a wide variety of bathroom vanity countertop material options.. If you're a DIY pro, our installation guide can show you how to install your bathroom vanity easily and correctly. We also offer local professional installation services, for a worry-free/turnkey bathroom remodeling project.
Completing the Project
Complete your bath vanity project with the right bathroom hardware, faucets and accessories. Plus, look for bathroom hardware that matches your new cabinet. You’ll also find a plethora of bathroom light fixtures and bathroom add-ons to really make your bathroom glow. Stop by your local Renovate for Less Outlet and one of our reps would be happy to answer your bathroom vanity inquiries. Check out our buying guide for more helpful tips on how to choose the best bathroom vanities and sinks for your home.
What is the best material for bathroom Vanities?
There are many utility items in our homes that we take for granted, and sometimes we forget that we also chose them for their esthetics. In other words, a lot of the materials and major items chosen for our homes are selected for both their good looks and their ability to withstand years of wear and tear. One place where we can see both sets of choices in action is the bathroom vanity.
A bathroom vanity is meant to be a space where someone has access to a sink and a space to use toiletries, wash up, and attend to personal grooming, among other tasks. Because of that, most vanities have some sort of countertop that provides a bit of space. They have a sink, faucet, and taps. They might have other extras like built-in soap dispensers, and so on.
They may also have a base cabinet or pedestal. For example, pedestal sinks are counted under the heading of vanity, but they actually have no vanity surrounding them. They have the sink and any space that this surface allows and a pedestal. There are wall-mounted sinks with a similar set of limitations. The sinks that do have vanity cupboards around them, however, need to be selected in a way that ensures they stand up to years of service and use.
This means it is imperative that a homeowner invest in bathroom vanities made of the finest materials their budget can afford.
Which Bathroom Vanity Material is Best?
Particle Board/Pressed Board
Particle board/Pressed board is a well-known material, and it is (as the name describes) a composite material that uses glue and wood particles. These are super-heated and then compressed into sheets of varying sizes and thicknesses. When using vanities made from particle board, it is imperative to know the density and particle size (which is how the boards are technically classified). Some are stronger than others, and most are far less expensive than other vanity materials. You won’t find them as barebones options, though, as they are usually treated to a covering of laminate, veneer or another durable material. While good looking, they are not high performers and sag under the weight of premium countertop materials as well as easily succumbing to steam or water.
According to one group of experts, “Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) is one of the more budget friendly choices for cabinets.” An engineered material, it uses fibers and wood pieces that are compressed and bound with wax or resin adhesives. Similarly made as particle board, it is heavier and much denser. The surface is usually free of splinters and knots, and will generally be much smoother than particle board. It is a paintable option and whether it is paint or another sealant, it MUST be sealed to prevent swelling from any exposure to moisture.
Wood veneers are glued together in layers to form a sheet of plywood, and it can be found in a huge array of thicknesses and materials. As one source said, plywood is a good choice for its strength and mid-range pricing, but it is also “a good choice if the coating that has been utilized over the plywood presents a decent wood grain pattern application.” Noted for its ability to last indefinitely, it resists expansion and contraction if exposed to moisture or variations in temperature, and it is seen in vanities and lots of other areas of a home.
This is a premium option, and yet as one group points out, that while “nothing really compares with solid wood in most projects, it may not ALWAYS be the best choice for a bathroom vanity.” It is commonly found in two groupings – solid wood, which is the 100% natural wood, and solid hardwood, and it is comprised of various hardwoods. While it is difficult to match the good looks of real wood, it is imperative to remember that it is not always the ideal material to be in humid environments or places where temperatures change constantly. For instance, it might absorb water from the air and expand in the heat. This can make it very difficult to work with in a bathroom setting. And yet, as that one group also noted, “The strength and durability of solid wood is why many choose it for vanities, so it really depends on what you find most important. By keeping humidity in control, most homeowners won’t have any problems with this beautiful material. It works best with a natural or stained finish.”
Vanities made of natural rubberwood (from the rubber tree), has almost the exact same level of strength as an oak tree. However, many are turning to rubberwood vanities for their eco-friendliness, too. They use waste materials and offer tremendous performance against moisture and variations in heat and cold.
Making the right Choice
Start with resistance to moisture – If you are not willing to manage humidity in the bathroom, or to be concerned about splashing water in the space, you need to choose the most water-resistant, or even waterproof, option.Think durability – Do your kids sit on the edge of the sink? What sort of use do you anticipate the sink and vanity enduring? You don’t want to find yourself replacing it after a short time, so go with the most durable and strongest options possible.Think budget – By the time you get to this criterion, it is likely you are going to be in the MDF v. solid wood v. plywood group. That is when you need to consider the budget.