Bathroom Remodel Reasons

Bathroom Remodel Needed

Bathroom Remodel Pros know it’s no secret that home renovations can put a sizable dent in your savings. Indeed, this is one of the biggest reasons homeowners put off remodel projects for as long as possible. This is especially the case when it comes to bathroom remodeling.

There are many circumstances in which it may be prudent to invest in an updated bathroom. Sometimes it is done for strategic reasons, like getting a home ready for sale. Other times it is done out of necessity, like when the bathroom’s functionality deteriorates due to mold issues or the age of the fixtures.

Top Bathroom Remodel Suggestions

AngiesList.com offers suggestions on how to tackle some of these issues. In the case of strategic preparing the home for sale, the three most cost effective updates are new hardware, paint, and cabinets or vanity. Across all these, AngiesList suggests a simple, minimalistic, but elegant theme. This allows for a perfect balance of form and function.

In situations of structural necessity, two of the most common issues that prompt the homeowners to opt for a complete bathroom remodel, according to AngiesList, are mild cases of mold and faulty or leaky fixtures. If you notice discoloration around areas of the bathroom commonly exposed to water, the problem may quickly be solved with some bleach. However, remodeling the bathroom insulation may be the only way to prevent this problem from re-occurring.

Bathroom Remodel Due To Family Growth

In addition, Nhousedb.com introduces a third set of situations that might inspire homeowners to start thinking about bathroom remodel or at least renovate parts of it – those of convenience. In other words, if the needs of the residents outgrows the bathrooms ability to meet those needs.

Top 10 Common Scenarios May Include:

1. Need for more than one sink
The amount of people who use the bathroom may outgrow the number of sinks available. This is often the case as couples grow into their bathroom over the years.

2. Inadequate bathtub size
As the residents’ needs evolve with age, they may prefer a more relaxing bathroom environment. This often involves an upgrade to the bathtub. Think hot tub jets and a larger soaking tub.

3. Inadequate bathroom lighting
Light fixtures fade over time. If make-up looks different at work than when you put it on at home, this may be a reason why. With the advent of LED lights, this can eventually pay for itself.

4. Bathroom color scheme
We want to point out that a bathroom should be a place you like coming to. You use it several times a day. The type of colors you use can contribute to this immensely. Not to mention, this is one of the most cost effective things you can do.

5. Issues created by an aging toilet
With age, toilets can become leaky or inefficient. This is one of those upgrades that can pay for itself over time, and then some. Another inexpensive, yet cost-effective solution.

6. Inconvenience of cleaning an old shower or bathtub
Over time, home owners often prioritize more modern, easier to maintain tub or shower. This is often a theme in post-modern, chic styles. This can do wonders for value and over-all experience.

7. Need for more bathroom storage
As the bathroom becomes more elaborate as a place of refuge, it may need to hold more stuff. Minor changes to the lay-out can go far in making the space more efficient.

8. Aging parts of the bathroom floor
Is the floor starting to hurt your toes? It may be time to do some work on the flooring.

9. Mirrors constantly fogging
Are you tired of constantly wiping down your mirrors after a shower? Inexpensive upgrades in bathroom ventilation can make a big difference here.

10. Inadequate overall bathroom size
Claustrophobia is a real thing. So is simply wanting more breathing room. Keeping things the way they are, just bigger, can make for a better overall bathroom experience.

In the end, don’t let a bathroom remodel project intimidate you or your budget. Remember, the nice thing about a bathroom remodel is that it can be as subtle or elaborate as you want it to be, depending on your reasons for doing one.

In other words, you can use some or all of the suggestions above, depending on your specific needs and preferences. This is especially helpful even on a modest budget.

In case you didn’t know… Bathroom Remodel Pros specializes in making bathroom remodeling simple and easy. We make your life so much easier with all-inclusive, design to build bathroom remodeling. We also serve entire Jacksonville, FL area.

You can learn more about Bathroom Remodel Pros by visiting our About Us page. You can always Contact Us to schedule Free Consultation. Or click on following link if you like to stay adapted on Contractor Tips & Tricks.

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Bathroom Remodel Contractor Plans

Bathroom remodel contractor… Most of us heard horror stories about or might even experienced horrible ones. They tore apart bathrooms and never returned to finish the job or the project investment was five times more than the originally quoted…
So how do you choose the right bathroom remodel contractor that is honest, experienced, reliable and does quality work?
We are here to tell you that only a few simple steps can give you the difference between frustration and sleepless nights and beautifully renovated bathroom done on time and within estimated budget.

Please do not trust your bathroom remodeling project to just any contractor. Do your due diligence and check out any bathroom remodel professional you invite into your home.

Things To Keep In Mind Before Hiring Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Remember that bathroom remodel contractor you hire to take care of your project will be inside your home all day, every day and may be for several weeks or maybe even months. So you need to be absolutely sure that you hire someone that you will get along with. Even if they are great bathroom remodel tradesmen but you would not want to bring them in your home if you there is something you don’t like about them.

Below are some things that will help you to choose and to deal with any bathroom renovation expert; in no particular order.

    • You always need to expect any great home improvement contractor to be too busy to start on your project straight away. Normally best contractors will not be available because they are in high demand.
    • You always need to choose the right home improvement professional for the right kind of job. You need to know if this particular person did a great job with your sister’s tile floor in her bathroom will not necessarily be the right contractor to renovate a master bathroom in your home. You would want to hire a company that does this types of projects all the time. Would you want to be someone’s guinea pig?
    • Always check on their licenses, see if there were any complaints and look into if they were ever sued by a customer. See any records of the county or state disciplinary boards, any records associated with their company in local courts and Better Business Bureau.
    • See if contractor can give you a copy of his or his company license and may be even copies of the licenses of their subcontractors they use and who who will be doing the work.
    • Make sure you make it clear to them that you want them to get the required permits for your bathroom remodeling project. Whether it is big or small. Most bathroom remodel projects require permits. A lot of fly-by-night contractors and some properly licensed bathroom remodel contractors, will ask to do the job without pulling proper permits because it will save you money. That type of conduct violates local ordinances and will subject you to fines if you’re caught and it also means this project will never be inspected by the city inspector or county inspector to make sure that all the work done is up to code. Work that was done without permits potentially can cause you problems in the future if you decide to sell at a later date.
    • Always sign a contract with all of the details spelled out. Be sure your project contract talks about exactly what is included in the renovation, include all of the deadlines, payments, what kind of materials contractor will be using (even brand names and model numbers) and who will provide materials quoted. You have to understand that if it is not in writing it is your word against contractor’s. Also any changes in your bathroom remodel project should be documented with change order paperwork.
    • Ask for and verify contractor’s insurance coverage. Any bathroom remodel contractor should carry property damage coverage, personal liability insurance and workers’ compensation insurance. Find out what does your homeowners insurance cover and what will be covered by your contractor’s business insurance policy. Get a copy of their insurance policy paperwork.
    • Whatever you do, please do not make the final payment until you are 100% sure that your bathroom remodel project is 100% done the way the contract spells it out. We would want you to be completely satisfied with Bathroom Remodel Pros’ work and have all the receipts and lien releases in hand.

Bathroom Remodel Pros: Stress Free Bathroom Remodel Contractor

Ultimately if you want to completely eliminate stress and have your bathroom remodel done within scheduled time and within set budget call Bathroom Remodel Pros to set up a free no obligation estimate. Our office number is (904) 257-8600. Or you can fill out our Estimate Request form on top right of this page. We would be more then happy to talk to you.

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