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What to Consider When Remodeling Your Bathroom



The bathroom is one of the most important rooms in a home; we want it to function and to look stylish at the same time. When it’s time to build or remodel your own bath, remember these important tips to be sure you get the results you are looking for.

 Find the right contractor/installer

Bathroom remodels are relatively short on materials, but heavy on labor. With so much plumbing, tile work, and waterproofing, you'll want someone who knows what they're doing. In the same breath, if something is installed improperly and you have a leak, the damage can be catastrophic and quite expensive to fix. As is true with any project, having the right people makes all the difference.

The right designer makes all the difference

The bathroom is a personal space, so be sure to hire a designer who can give you exactly what you are looking for. Having the right designer can truly turn a workhorse of a space into something magical. Incorporating a stylish, deep soaker tub or rain shower can add a wow factor and make your master bathroom your favorite room in the home. The possibilities for unique personal touches are endless, allowing for creativity and expression to shine through.

Keep price in mind

The bathroom will have a large number of different materials. Working with your designer, you can pick and choose the areas to spend more or less of your budget depending on what is most valuable to you. Do you take lots of baths? You will want to spring for a nice bathtub. Do you always shower with your spouse? Invest in a double walk-in shower with multiple shower heads. These types of considerations will have payoff far into the future.

 

Morgan MacKay is the marketing manager at Kitchen Distributors, which has been designing and building custom kitchens since 1953.  Contact him at 303-795-0665. 

Content for this article is provided by Kitchen Distributors.

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