Bathroom Remodeling Design & Planning Tips
Improving your property takes plenty of planning before the design ever starts to develop. One of the first considerations you'll be making is which area of the home to start remodeling. Many choose the bathroom if they plan to focus on one room at a time.
Bathroom remodeling can be really fun if the project goes smoothly. There can be pitfalls to deal with in any remodeling project which takes all the fun out of it. It is easier to avoid these common problems when you have a good design. But first, you need to a good plan.
The other key element is in choosing the right Deltona remodeling contractor. If you have a good remodeling contractor, the overall service provided is phenomenal when compared to handling everything by yourself.
To begin planning your bathroom remodeling in Deltona, R&D Builders & Renovators, Inc. can offer you a few tips. Our Deltona Remodeling experts have helped many families and small businesses over the last decade with all types of projects.
The Bathroom Remodeling Design Plan
Before you start making any headway on a good bathroom remodeling design, you'll want to make decisions on what to change. Planning is the first step that the design is based on. But even prior to that, you need to know what your budget is before ever beginning to plan.
- 1. Budget constraints
- 2. Planning
- 3. Design
Also, be sure you plan for setbacks or any unforeseen problems. For instance, plan enough time to complete the project as opposed to planning just one weekend. It could get extended to the next weekend if you find out some of the plumbing has to be taken out and replaced.
Determine whether you want to replace the large bathroom fixtures. Are the tub, sink, and shower in good shape? Or do you plan to install a better bathtub, something special? This type of planning will help you figure out the bathroom remodeling design.
Choose Quality Bathroom Hardware When Remodeling
One of the best bathroom remodeling tips we can give you is to install quality made bathroom hardware and small fixtures. Small bathroom fixtures include the showerhead, faucets, spigots, and drains.
You'll be calling the plumber in less often for repairs or early replacement if you install well-made products. Remember, you and everyone else in the household will be using the fixtures and hardware day in and day out.
Use Moisture Resistant & Waterproof Materials When Bathroom Remodeling
It is a mistake to paint texture and flat paint on walls in a bathroom. While it may last a few years, it won't be long before the wall texture starts peeling away. This is costly to fix so it's best to use a very low gloss, protective paint on the walls instead. Quality paint and primer last longer, stays true to color longer, and protects better.
Every corner, nook, crack, and cranny should be well sealed in the bathroom. Moisture easily makes its way behind building materials that aren't properly sealed. The last thing anyone wants is to deal with mildew that won't stop growing in the bathroom!