There are many benefits to renovating your bathroom. Not only does it make it a nicer, more relaxing and functional space it also can give you an 80 to 90% return on your investment should you decide to sell your house.
Here are some things that you should keep in your mind when considering bathroom remodeling.
Make a plan!
Before you start ripping out your old back splash and shopping for bathtubs, make a clear plan for your bathroom renovation. Will you need to completely gut the room or will a few new fixtures and a fresh coat of paint do the trick? You don’t want to end up way over your head, or worse, over your budget.
Consider a surface level renovation!
If you’re not happy with your bathroom, it doesn’t necessarily mean you need to start from scratch. Hang on to your totally-functional bathtub and toilet and consider getting new faucets, counter top and perhaps some different towels and decor. Simple changes can give the bathroom a whole new look without a major renovation and major expense.
Rip it out and start from scratch!
If all of your fixtures need to be replaced or repaired and you just can’t stand a single detail of your current, out-dated bathroom than consider a complete bathroom overhaul. We suggest you hire a general contractor to take on the project. They’ll help you with design, choosing fixtures, hiring plumbers and all the tricky work. Once it’s complete you’ll have a brand new beautiful bathroom.
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