Have you grown tired of the boring old fashioned bathroom with you and thought it should be modernized? Even worse, is your bathroom perfectly safe to use and in optimal condition? If you find yourself upset over cracked tiles and loose wires hanging in the roof installations, you may be delayed with a renovation project. Maybe you have had some thoughts on renovation but you just don't know where to start? Don't worry, it's not that complicated when sketching a plan. Here are some useful tips on what to think about before embarking on a remodeling project for your bathroom.
Before you start anything, you must describe the available budget: this is the most critical item on the list. We will start and end the list with this article as it will play a critical role in the project. Check your finances carefully and estimate how much money you can designate for the project. Be careful: if you have a tight budget and fail to properly calculate your costs, you may run into major problems if you decide to complete a spotty Italian-style bathroom and run out of money in the middle of the project. Think rationally, write it down and do math.
First things first:
style. This is totally subjective, but we will try to look at it from a rational perspective: Are you a person who likes vintage classics or do you consider yourself a tech enthusiast? Do you prefer things that look old or you simply can't live without button commands and degree numbers? There are so many styles to choose from, and it can be a bit difficult to choose. Choose what suits your needs best, but always have this type of thought: "Should I really install that jacuzzi even if I can't afford it?"
Think about the material you want to use.
Tiles are probably used most often, but there are also some other options such as ceramics, glass tiles and wood for floors. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages and it is up to you to decide which suits your bathroom best. Tiles are very simple for cleaning and maintenance and are also excellent for enduring moisture and moisture, but wood has a special design charm. Evaluate your building skills if you plan on DIY and create a list of things you need.
Once you decide what style you want, you need to think about functionality. How much space a particular cabinet or countertops would take, what kind of bath or shower you want, how good are the ventilation, plumbing and electrical installations. These are all very important factors to consider. Also related to the feature factor is whether you should perform these tasks or call a professional. If you have a tight budget you can perform simpler tasks yourself but when it comes to electricity and plumbing it is probably best to leave it to someone who knows what he is doing. Incorrect electrical wiring and blocked drains can be a nightmare, so if you decide to do it yourself and find yourself stuck with a problem you can't solve, it would be a smart choice to call an emergency plumber.
The time factor
Another very important factor that must be considered is of course time. If you choose to go with a complete renovation and choose a rather complicated style you may have to wait a long time until the project is complete. This can be a problem for families with young children who do not have another bathroom in their house. On the other hand, if you live in a duplex apartment with two bathrooms, you will not be affected as much.
After carefully selecting all the materials you will use, deciding which style you want to go with and deciding whether to call a professional or do it yourself, it is now time to put everything on paper and calculate the final cost . If you do it carefully, you will successfully stay within your designated budget and have a newly renovated bathroom in no time.