Bath-remodeling jobs are still among the most popular of house remodels, and it’s easy to understand why: nothing is sweeter or more welcoming than a newly remodeled, tastefully appointed, freshly painted bathroom. And, if you’re planning to sell your house in the near future, Seattle bath remodel is an ideal investment. Today’s market is very competitive, and more people want their homes to “stand out” and attract prospective buyers. If your bathroom is outdated, or worse yet, falling apart, your house could be left without a cent of value for years to come.
As stated above, bath remodel is a great investment. But when thinking about whether or not to do one, it is important to keep a few things in mind. Bathroom walls must be thoroughly cleaned. The “curb” on the floor must be swept and mopped, and floors scraped and vacuumed. Bathrooms can be full of mold or mildew, so it is important that mold is removed completely. There are some types of mold that are resilient, but most cannot be successfully removed without removing the entire wood frame from the wall.
Bathroom remodeling isn’t a difficult endeavor, but it is necessary to hire a professional. Whether you decide to do the project yourself, or if you bring in a professional, there are a few key components to consider before starting the renovation. Bathroom remodeling can be done on your own using do-it-yourself (DIY) guides; however, if this isn’t an option for you, then consider the following factors: what type of budget do you have and how big is your bathroom? How complicated do you want the renovation to be? Are you interested in Bathroom Universal Design, or are you more comfortable with the classic in-home look?
Bathroom Remodeling: Bathroom Universal Design allows you to replace single-piece bathroom vanities, toilets, cabinets, sinks, and more with a new set of coordinating pieces. It also allows you to mix and match styles, colors, materials, and more. There are several different ways to implement Bathroom Universal Design; through-the-wall drawers, through-the-floor outlets, through-the-counter sockets, custom designed plumbing and hardware, as well as tile and laminate flooring.
Bathroom Wall Units: For a custom look, a one-day bathroom remodel of your walls may be in order. There are many types of wall units available, including those made of tempered glass, stainless steel, or copper. The material you choose depends largely on your budget and personal preferences. For example, if you have a stainless steel tub and shower, you probably don’t want to buy a cheap white porcelain model, since it will give your bathroom a “fussy” appearance. Also keep in mind that wall units are not as resistant to moisture as the baseboard, so they should be installed carefully to prevent damage.
Bathroom Tubs: Most people agree that it’s a big deal to have a brand new tub at home. It’s definitely a visual feast, especially when you have a dramatic waterfall like the Jacuzzi Head by Bathroom Remodeling UK. When planning your in-home bath remodel, make sure you also have the funds for a new tub. If you’re on a tight budget, you can look into free standing tubs at your local home improvement store. For added style, you could purchase a corner bathtub, which can really add some luxury to your bathroom. Whatever you decide, a new tub is sure to improve the look and feel of your in-home bath remodel.