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Bathroom Remodeling Tips You Must Follow

by Water Damage Admin

The bathroom is one of the most important parts of your house that needs to be remodeled regularly. The reason behind this is that bathrooms are prone to water damages that will make your bathroom less functional. 

Additionally, a clean bathroom has a different impact on the entire house which is why if you can, then you must remodel your bathroom constantly. Just in case you haven’t known yet, bathrooms should be remodeled every four to five years as this is the time where major issues come up.

If you think it is now time to remodel your bathroom, you must not forget to follow the following remodeling tips. 

Create a Budget 


Of course, the first thing you must do is to create a budget. You must set an amount that you know is enough to achieve what you want but won’t hurt your pocket. You can do your research on how much you will possibly need according to the design that you want. 

You can talk to a contractor about your design and ask for a quotation of the cost so that you can have an idea of how much you are going to be spending. There are some factors that need to take into account when creating a budget for a bathroom remodeling project such as: 

  • Are you selling the property?
  • Do you need to transfer plumbings?
  • What are the most essential parts of the new bathroom?
  • How much can you afford?

Pay Attention to Bathroom Ventilation 

When planning for a bathroom remodel, it is best that you also put enough attention to the ventilation. The ventilation system can be in the form of ventilation fans or windows whichever you want to put on your bathroom or depending on where your bathroom is located. 

If you will need to install a ventilation fan in your bathroom, you must check the fan’s exhaust capacity and noise levels. Choose the ventilation fan size according to the size of your bathroom. 

Choose a Type of Bathroom 

Bathrooms have different types. When creating a design layout for the new bathroom, it is best that you must first pick what type of bathroom you are building. It can be a standard bathroom, a half bath, or a wet bathroom. 

The standard bathroom is the one that consists of a toilet, sink, bath, and shower. Half bath or also known as powder room is a smaller type of bathroom that only has a sink and toilet. A wet bathroom, on the other hand, is a full bathroom with no division and made with waterproof materials. 

Once you have established what type of bathroom you like, you can now start drafting a design that you can show your contractors. 

To Tub or Not to Tub?


Decide whether you want a tub or not. A usual full bathroom design always includes a tub. However, with our lives starting to become busier, bathtubs are becoming useless. If your lifestyle will not allow you to enjoy a nice bath in a tub then it is best to skip the tub as it can help you decrease the remodeling cost. 

Today, most Americans prefer showering over bathing. Aside from it being time-consuming, it will need a lot of water. However, if you do not mind the water wastage and you definitely have time to soak yourself in a tub then there is no reason why you won’t add a tub in your bathroom. 

Choose Durable Materials 

Even though the bathroom should be remodeled every four to five years, it is still best to choose materials that are durable and can withstand all the wear and tear it will encounter over the years. 

Aside from making sure that the materials are durable, you might as well want to choose a material that is easy to clean and that can withstand any chemicals you will use on it. Additionally, the materials should look nice in your bathroom in general. 

Now You’re Ready!

Modern Bathroom

Although there are still more tips out there that can add to this list, what was provided is enough to ensure that you will have a successful remodeling bathroom project. As long as you consider what you need, you will never go wrong in your bathroom remodeling endeavor. 

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