How many bathrooms do you have in your home? One? Two? Maybe you have three? No matter how many bathrooms are inside the property, it’s worth spending a little bit of money giving at least one of the rooms a renovation every couple of years. A great way to add value to the home, an upgrade will be a worthwhile investment. With so many modern fixtures and accessories being introduced to the market all of the time, the options are endless. Before you start thinking about colours and themes, take the following bathroom renovation tips into account.
Bathroom Size and Layout
A rookie mistake that a lot of people make when planning a bathroom renovation is failing to measure the size of the space. Unless you take proper measurements and consider the layout, the fittings and accessories may look out of place or cramped. Gather the correct specifications and present them to the professional conducting the renovation. By doing this, you can guarantee that the project will be successful and that functionality will be optimum. This will also save you time when shopping for features.
Choosing Fittings and Accessories
With measurements taken, you can begin the hunt for fittings and accessories. A toilet, bathtub, shower heads, faucets and sink are some essential features. If you want to save a bit of money why not repair, rather than replace? Alternatively, spruce up an old toiletry cupboard with modern handles or give a traditional mirror a contemporary look with a snazzy frame! Some other fittings and accessories you might consider buying for a renovation include cabinets, storage, shelving, lighting and towel rails. Grab rails will prove useful if people with physical impairments or disabilities will be using the room.
Hiring a Plumber
A bathroom renovation is a relatively complex job and therefore you should not cut corners when hiring a contractor. Always check the background experience of a plumber before signing any contracts, and read customer reviews to ensure they provide the service that they claim. A reliable tradesman will be able to provide you with an upfront quote and estimated project time. If you are not sure about the legitimacy of a plumber, check out the Master Plumbers Association of NSW website to find out if the contractor in your postcode or suburb is experienced for the job.
Plumber Campbelltown is a company boasting over 30 years experience in the industry. If you would like to get a bathroom renovation completed on a budget, call 0438 277 468.