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Options for Bathroom Remodeling Your bathroom is one of the rooms you should invest in, whether you have a big or a small house. Taking a long soak in the tub after a long tiring day makes the bathroom a haven at the end of the day. And this is why it is a good thing to have your bathroom remodeled. You get 80 to 90% ROI if you remodel your bathroom and sell it in the future. Bathroom remodeling, whether partially or a complete overhaul, is a worthwhile project that you should consider investing in. It is important to decide the scope of your bathroom remodeling before you start your project. There are many options available to you depending on your budget, your allotted time, and the size and current state of your bathroom.
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A surface-level bathroom remodeling is your first option. When fixtures and knobs still look great but the tub and the shower stall look worn out, it is time to have a surface level remodeling. If you have a bathroom that looks like this, then you only need surface level remodeling which is not expensive but will give you bathroom a new look. If you don’t have budget for a complete overhaul, this is a great project to take on. The rule of thumb to follow here is to cover and not replace. Covering uses the structure of what’s already there and simply giving it a face lift. You need to invest in prefabricated shower units, bathtub or shower liners, bathtub refinishing and easy to install wainscoting.
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You can also opt to change your bathroom layout. It is just like how you rearrange furniture in your living room or bedroom to give it a new feel. You can rearrange the plumbing fixtures in your bathroom. Changing the bathroom layout is more difficult than surface level remodeling. This is because you cannot easily move the sink, the shower stall, bathtub, and cabinets. This will require a licensed plumber, a carpenter , and possibly, an electrician. When the professional are done, you can save money by rearranging the towel racks and bars, trash cans, and miscellaneous bath accessories yourself. Another remodeling option is to make your bathroom bigger. If you have extra space, the toiler and bath area can be extended. If you only have a shower stall, you can tear down a non load bearing wall and give yourself a proper bathtub. If you have a bathtub, then give yourself extra closet space from the next room and a whirlpool tub. You can also completely overhaul your bathroom. Here you tear everything down and redo the space. This can be very tedious, very expensive, and can disrupt your family activities. Done properly and you have a beautiful bathroom that adds value to your home.