When homeowners are doing bathroom renovations, they typically try to fit in much of the personal touches they want to have. Unbeknownst to them, their renovation ends up customized but ineffective. While it is important to have a hand on how your new bathroom will look like, be sure not to neglect these tips in the process:
A small space limits your options, and thus plans for expansion should be in your mind if you want a grander bathroom. Fortunately, professional renovation contractors would be able to suggest some ways to approach the problem like excavation, expansion of the roofing, and wall gutting to make room.
There are also concerns other than space that need to be answered. For instance, there is the budget. Knowing how much you can spend will affect your material choices and your building plans. A granite countertop and luxurious bathtub might be nice additions, but having a limited amount to spend will make you choose only one or the other. With a budget in hand, you can decide what changes are necessary and what things you can live without.
Another thing to consider is how much the remodeling project would add to your home’s value. Most renovations have the potential to increase a house’s price once it’s time to sell the property. Though you might not be considering it yet, additions like new tiles and new plumbing can add to your home’s worth.