The Great Debate: One or Two Bathroom Sinks

A bathroom renovation is a great way to boost the value or your home and update your space at the same time. Planning for your bathroom remodel does not have to be a tedious task and it can be quite fun. In fact, we will go over some tips and tricks to help you enjoy the entire process.

Tip 1: Choose a Completion Timeline

If you do not have a completion timeline, you may not be in a rush to complete your bathroom remodel and this can sometimes lead to the job never getting done. You should sit down and think of a date that you would like to have your new bathroom completed by. That way, you know that in six months you will have an entirely renovated bathroom space.

Tip 2: Gather Ideas for Your Bathroom

You may have an idea or two in your head about what type of bathroom you want or what you want your bathroom to look like. If you are stuck and need some inspiration, Pinterest and Google can be your new best friends.

You should consider the type of theme you want to have in your bathroom and also consider whether or not you want a certain colour scheme or certain type of fixture in your bathroom.

Tip 3: Know What Needs to be Done

One of the biggest mistakes that homeowners make when it comes to their bathroom renovation is not knowing what actually needs to be done. For example, you do not always need to replace your bathtub. In fact, replacing the bathtub is an expensive upgrade and it will take a lot of time. If you like where your bathtub is, then you can opt in to have the tub refinished or re-glazed. You will have the appearance of a new bathtub, but you will actually save thousands.

In addition, you may not need to rearrange your bathroom at all. In fact, you may be able to just change some of the main elements such as the flooring, vanity, and toilet and call it a day. Always evaluate what your needs are and what actually NEEDS to be replaced.

Tip 4: Order with Enough Time

If you plan on ordering all of your bathroom renovation supplies yourself, then you need to make sure that you are ordering them with enough time to spare. You will find that it is less stressful knowing you have all the supplies and fixtures sitting in your garage before the project begins.

If you plan on working with a contractor and the contractor is ordering the supplies, then you can expect them to be available when the project begins.

Remember, set a completion date for your project and then start ordering your supplies and fixtures the moment you know what you want.

If you need help planning your bathroom renovation, contact the experts at Kitchen & Bath Inc. today. We will help you transform your bathroom space and bring your ideas to life before your eyes.

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