Does your bathroom need a facelift? Renovations can be overwhelming, costly and time-consuming.
- Budget: For most of us, setting the budget for your project will be the most difficult – yet most important, task. First, figure out what you can spend and deduct all labor costs, as those will be more set amounts. The remaining amount can be allocated to tile, fixtures and other “extras”.
- Time: Size should never determine time when talking about a bathroom remodel. Depending on what you are changing, your contractor will be going through the same steps whether your bathroom is large or small. Planning time refers to more than just the renovation work itself; consider shopping for tile, ordering fixtures, cabinet assembly before setting a time frame. Because of the inconvenience of having a deconstructed bathroom, this is a crucial planning step.
- Hidden problems: Depending on the age of your home, you could have many hidden problems from water damage to improper vented plumbing to floor framing issues. A reliable contractor will suggest replacing any and all problem areas that will devalue your home or cause bigger problems down the road.
- Functionality and Design: When deciding on design, the possibilities can seem overwhelming. Consider paint color, tile choices, vanities, tubs, showers and faucets. Piece together elements taking budget and cost into account. Design should never interfere with functionality.
- Contractor: Are you considering a DIY project or do you need a professional? Consider the complexity of the job including electrical work, tiling and plumbing. Don’t overlook the advantages of hiring a skilled professional – it could save you a lot of time and money.
Our bathroom remodeling team can answer all of your questions. Don’t hesitate to contact us today for a free estimate.