Bathroom Remodeling Projects that You can Do
Your bathroom is one of the rooms you should invest in, whether you have a big or a small house. Taking a long soak in the tub after a long tiring day makes the bathroom a haven at the end of the day. And this is why it is a good thing to have your bathroom remodeled.
You get 80 to 90% ROI if you remodel your bathroom and sell it in the future. You should seriously invest in bathroom remodeling since it is a worthwhile project whether it is simply a partial upgrade or a complete overhaul.
Determining the scope of your bathroom remodeling is very important before starting on the project. There are many options available to you depending on your budget, your allotted time, and the size and current state of your bathroom.
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The first option is to do a surface-level bathroom remodeling. This type of remodeling is done if the bathroom fixtures, knobs on faucets and other fixtures still look good, but your bathtub and shower stall already looks shabby. If you have a bathroom that looks like this, then you only need surface level remodeling which is not expensive but will give you bathroom a new look. If you can’t still afford a complete overhaul then surface level remodeling is for you. The rule of thumb to follow here is to cover and not replace. Covering is like giving your old structures a face life. You need to invest in prefabricated shower units, bathtub or shower liners, bathtub refinishing and easy to install wainscoting.
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You can also opt to change your bathroom layout. You can compare it to how you change the positions of your furniture in your living room and bedroom so that it will look new. The plumbing fixtures in your bathroom can be rearranged. This is more difficult to do that surface level remodel. This is because you cannot easily move the sink, the shower stall, bathtub, and cabinets. A professional plumber, carpenter, and electricians are needed to accomplish this. When the professionals are done with their task, you can then rearrange other items like the towel racks, trash cans, and miscellaneous accessories for the bathroom.
You can also make your bathroom bigger. If you have extra space, the toiler and bath area can be extended. Tearing down a non load bearing wall will allow you to put a proper bathtub to replace your shower stall. If you already have a bathtub, give yourself some closet space from the next room and give yourself a whirlpool tub.
A complete bathroom overhaul is another great option. Here you tear everything down and redo the space. This is potentially the most tedious, the most expensive and the most disruptive for you and your family. But, if it is done properly, you can create a perfect place for you to escape and add value to your home.