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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Vital Considerations before a Full-scale Bathroom Remodeling Project

A bathroom renovation project, like other related undertakings, involves more than just choosing new fixtures and selecting paint. Turning a simply designed lavatory into a luscious private haven wouldn’t be possible if not for several vital considerations; most of which can directly affect the final outcome or even the actual feasibility of undertaking such project. Here are some of them explained.

Budget

It is important for anyone to set up a budget ceiling then sticking to it no matter what. Doing so will help guide you in making decisions about what to include and not in the bathroom remodeling project. Specifics like material and labor costs play a huge part in your budgeting, so allot resources wisely. If you’re not sure on how to set up a ceiling, look up several bathroom redesigns and the price it took to create them to have a general idea.


Time

A lot of people assume that factors like bathroom size affect completion time (smaller bathrooms will be faster, etc.). However, this is not necessarily the case. The time it takes to remodel your bathroom will heavily depend on how many items you’re looking to change, as the contractor will have to go over every choice with you.

Contractor

There are hundreds of bathroom remodeling contractors out there, and choosing a single one can be tricky. Narrow your choices down by asking your prospects to bring forth necessary permits. Also, don’t forget property damage, liability, and worker’s compensation insurance to ensure that you and your existing property will be protected against any untoward incident. Once the contractor’s credibility and competence is verified, you can now sign that dotted line.

 

Existing design

There are 3 major limitations that make size matter in bathroom renovations: overall size, location of existing pipes and electrical wiring, and standard dimensions of bathroom fixtures. Make sure you have the correct specifications first before sitting down with the contractor to decide on which products you should use.

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