Bathroom remodeling can bring a new look to your home. It can also increase your comfort and energy efficiency. Whether you’re replacing your toilet, shower, or tub, you’ll need to change the plumbing, the layout of your bathroom, or move walls. Some jobs will require professional help. Before you start, make sure you have all the necessary permits, licensing, and insurance.
When remodeling a bathroom What do you start with first?
Before you begin, prepare your home by clearing space for tools and supplies. You’ll also want to set up a storage area for extra toilet paper, towels, and other items.
Be sure to ask your contractor about material warranties. This will ensure you’re protected if something goes wrong with your remodel.
Depending on the size of your bathroom, the materials needed may be expensive. Larger bathrooms have higher labor costs. Choose a semi-gloss finish for the paint. That’s easier to wipe down, and is resistant to moisture.
Before you begin, consider the size and shape of the shower. The most common design is frameless. However, there are other options, including prefabricated stall units.
If you want a custom-built shower, you may want to hire a contractor. Many homeowners prefer the aesthetic appeal of a tiled walk-in shower.
Make sure your contractor is a licensed professional. License requirements vary by city. Check to make sure he has workers’ compensation, property damage, and insurance. Ask him to provide you with proof of the same.
Depending on your budget, you can choose to install or replace tubs, showers, or toilets. Keep in mind that refinishing a tub is a cheaper alternative to installing a new one.
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