Tired of looking at the same old, outdated bathroom? Scratched floors, moldy bathtubs, and peeling wallpaper are just a few of the common issues that people encounter with an aging bathroom. If a bathroom remodeling project is in your near future, be sure to do these three things beforehand.
1. Obtain a blueprint
Before you start the renovation process, get your home’s blueprint. It’s important that you understand its current plumbing and electrical layout. “Rerouting plumbing and electrical lines are expensive; you’ll save time and money if you can work with the existing line locations,” advises Better Homes and Gardens.
2. Consider environmentally-conscious products
A bathroom remodel gives you the opportunity to go green! Choose bathroom products and fixtures that focus on water conservation. For example, you can save a tremendous amount of water and energy by upgrading to efficient faucets and showerheads. Learn more about water conservation here.
3. Contact a professional
Unless you’re a seasoned bathroom remodeling veteran, this project will probably take you out of your comfort zone. Don’t hesitate to contact a plumbing professional for assistance! We at Plumbing Medicare experienced bathroom remodels, and we’re happy to help make sure yours is done safely and properly.
Ready to makeover your bathroom? Give us a call today for tips and pointers!