It makes no difference whether you live in a large or small house. One of the places in which you should spend as much money as possible on beautiful furnishings and amenities is your bathroom. Why is it worthwhile to invest in a large bathroom? The bathroom may be a refuge, a place where you can unwind after a long day at work by taking lengthy soaks in the tub. Reason enough why remodelling your bathroom is one of the most beneficial things you can do for yourself and your home. Furthermore, bathroom remodelling provides an 80 percent to 90 percent return on investment if you decide to sell your property in the future. A bathroom redesign is a great project you should carefully consider investing in, whether it’s a small upgrade or a total overhaul.Learn more about us at JB Design Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling | Virginia Beach – Virginia Beach Bathroom Remodeling
Choosing the Size and Scope of Your Bathroom Renovation
You can either have that sparkling, tiled paradise of a bathroom you’ve always wanted, or you can end up with a half-assembled mess of old and new bathroom fixtures, depending on when you start your bathroom renovation job. To avoid the second scenario, determine the scope of your bathroom remodelling job before getting started. You have numerous options for remodelling your bathroom depending on your budget, time frame, and the size of your bathroom and its existing state:
Option 1: Renovate the bathroom on a surface level. This is a fantastic alternative if your bathroom fittings, such as faucet knobs, are still in good shape but your bathtub and/or shower stall are in need of some TLC. If this is the case, a surface-level bathroom redesign might give you the feel of a whole new bathroom without the cost. If you don’t have the funds for a total renovation right now, this is an excellent job to take on. “Cover, don’t replace” is the rule of thumb to follow here. Because you’re paying to have what’s already there removed, replacing adds to the time and cost of a remodel. Covering uses the existing framework and only changes the appearance. Prefabricated shower units, bathtub or shower liners, bathtub refinishing, and easy-to-install wainscoting are some of the less-expensive components you’ll need to invest in while completing a surface-level bathroom repair.