A bathroom with outdated finishings or age-related wear makes a lousy impression, and it can be difficult to achieve the immaculate-looking level of clean that you want to see in a bathroom. Remodeling your bathroom is a great way to make your homelife feel cleaner, better organized, and more stylish. In addition to making some choices about style, you need to think about how to make the best possible use of your bathroom space and take some time to evaluate some logistical considerations.
Evaluate What Your Bathroom Lacks In Functionality
While your bathroom may be operational, it may simply not work well for a variety of reasons. For example, the toilet paper holder on the wall may be too far from the seat, the vanity may be too low, or the mirror may be too high. Also, if you don’t use your tub for baths, you may prefer having a shower stall instead of a bathtub. A walk-in shower is typically safer to get in and out of, particularly for people with limited mobility.
Don’t reproduce existing deficiencies when you’re making plans for bathroom remodeling. Instead, consider what changes will make your bathroom more functional when you choose a new design.
Use the Proper Sealants
In some parts of your bathroom, you may need protective membranes in the flooring and added waterproofing instead of plain drywall in the walls. Also, you may want to put a protective coating over grout so it won’t deteriorate over time and will be easier to clean.
Choose an Experienced Contractor
The demo work involved in bathroom remodeling can be somewhat difficult. Work with a contractor who has experience with renovations and can guide you through what has to happen in each phase of the project, including demolition. He or she will know about where to get the most affordable materials as well as everything that has to be done as a part of the permitting process.