Have you always dreamed about remodeling your bathroom to include an expansive walk-in shower adorned with elegant stone? Perhaps a large soaking tub, ideal for long baths at the end of the day? Is it a walk-in shower, ‘Aging in place’ design, handicap accessibility or just a straightforward bathroom refresh? From tub to shower conversions to a complete oasis, we’ve got you covered. Schedule your FREE in-home consultation today.Make An Appointment
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Why should you renovate your bathroom?
You should renovate your bathroom for several reasons. If your bathroom is outdated, or your layout doesn’t match your current needs (universal design or aging in place design) — or does a walk-in shower make more sense for your needs versus a tub? Is your bath in disrepair with leaks, broken tiles, broken fixtures etc.? Maybe it’s time for a complete update. According to national data, a well-planned bathroom remodel can deliver 70.1% return on investment.
How often should you update your bathroom?
This is completely a personal choice. Generally, styles and trends last approximately five years. Dependent on upkeep and maintenance, a bathroom remodel is recommended every 10-15 years. However, the need for a bathroom remodel may be much more immediate if it’s not satisfying your needs, is not functional, or you have water leaks and water intrusion problems. These issues can lead to very costly repairs.
How long does a bathroom remodel take?
Bathroom remodels vary in scope and complexity. A wet-space only remodel can take two to three days with proper permitting, whereas a major spa retreat-type master bathroom renovation, with changes in the floor layout and fixture locations, could take two to three weeks longer.
Can you renovate your bathroom by yourself?
Some minor bathroom renovations such as changing out new fixtures or replacing a toilet can be completed by some handy homeowners. Generally speaking, we recommend you leave the more in-depth remodeling — especially when plumbing or electricity is involved — to the professionals, so you’re pleased with the results.
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